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hap

noun

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  1. 1 something that happens we must make the best of both the good and the bad haps of life Synonyms of 1hap affair, circumstance, episode, hap, happening, incident, occasion, occurrence, thingWords Related to 1hap coincidence, co-occurrence, fluke, freak; landmark, milepost, milestone, page, phenomenon, turning point; adventure, experience, time; happenchance, happenstance; accident, crisis, emergency, juncture; achievement, deed, exploit, feat; news, tidings

  2. 2 the uncertain course of events by hap and circumstance, he ended up as a cartoonist in New York Synonyms of 1hap accident, casualty [archaic], circumstance, hap, hazard, luckWords Related to 1hap fortuitousness, fortuity, haphazardry, randomness, uncertainty; fluke, happenchance, happenstance; destiny, doom, fate, fortune, lot; danger, peril, riskNear Antonyms of 1hap intent, intention, purpose; design, outline, plan, scheme


hap

noun, dialect

Synonyms and Antonyms of hap

  1. a decorative cloth used as a top covering for a bed the hap was a patchwork quilt that the old woman had made herself Synonyms of 2hap bedcover (also bedcovering), bedspread, coverlet, hap [dialect], spreadWords Related to 2hap comforter, puff, quilt; bedclothes, bedding, clothes


hap

verb

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  1. to take place what wondrous events hath happed this Christmas Day? Synonyms of hap be, befall, betide, chance, come, come about, come down, come off, cook, do, go down [slang], go on, happen, occur, pass, transpireWords Related to hap break, develop, rise, shape (up); arise, come up, crop (up), materialize, spring (up); intervene; fall out, follow, result, turn out; go off, proceed


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