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To have a particular quality or thing

seem

verb

to appear to be something, or to appear to have a particular quality

tend

verb

to usually have a particular quality

possess

verb

to have a quality or ability

wear

verb

to have a particular appearance or expression

have

verb

used for saying what the physical features of someone or something are

bear

verb

to seem to be a particular kind of thing or to have particular qualities

bear

verb

to have features or qualities that show that something happened in the past

rate

verb

to be considered as having a particular quality

grow in

to begin to have more of a particular quality

bristle with

to have a lot of something

dark pool

a method of financial trading in which share prices are hidden and not openly available to the public

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money, food, or clothes given to poor people

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