|have an inkling
||know, be aware of, have a clue
||I didn't have an inkling that you loved him. I didn't know.
|have at me
||criticize me, scold me, give you hell [B]
||Every time I come home late, my parents have at me.
|have deep pockets
||have lots of money, be wealthy or well off
||Some people say the government has deep pockets, but we
are the government. Do we have deep pockets?
|have designs on
||want to take away from, envy, covet
||I have no designs on your job. Believe me. I don't want it.
||enjoy an activity or event, have a good time
||Did you have fun at the party? Did you enjoy it?
|have half a mind to
||(See have a mind to)
|have it both ways
||let it go and still have it, have your cake...
||You can't be married and single. You can't have it both ways.
|have it coming
||deserve it, ask for it
||If you get fined for driving too fast, you have it coming.
|have it in for
||(See got it in for)
|have it in hand
||be able to control it, have it under control
||A fire started in the kitchen, but it's okay. We have it in hand.