English example sentences with "having"

Learn how to use having in a English sentence. Over 100 hand-picked examples.

Thanks for having explained to me at last why people take me for an idiot.

In the 1950's, the Finns were cited as having one of the least healthy diets in the world.

Not wanting is the same as having.

You are fortunate for having such good friends.

Some people identify success with having much money.

Having run the race, Jane had two glasses of barley tea.

I quickly laugh at everything, for fear of having to cry.

Having been written in haste, his letter was hard to read.

Having been written in haste, the book has a lot of errors.

Having been written in a hurry, this letter has many mistakes in it.

Please forgive me for not having written for a long time.

We are having a whale of a time.

After having fought many hard battles, we were able to bring home the bacon and set up a new government.

Having realized his hope, he returned home.

Time goes by quickly when you're having fun.

We are having a good time.

I hope you're having fun.

Are you having a good time?

The students are having a recess now.

It was an advantage having learned Chinese while I was in school.

I regret having been idle in my school days.

I'll never forget having a good time with you all.

Despite having lived near the sea, she still cannot swim.

We are having a meeting.

We never repent having eaten too little.

We were having a quiet supper when out of the blue my mother announced she was going back to school.

We are excited about having you on our team.

Having finished all her housework, she sat down on the sofa to watch television.

Having heard it so many times, I can recite the poem by heart now.

Having failed many times, he never gave up the plan.

Having lost the game over and over again, he finally gave in.

Having visited Rome many times, he knows about it well.

I felt tired from having worked for hours.

Having failed several times, he tried to do it again.

Not having heard from him, I wrote to him again.

Having nothing, nothing can he lose.

Having nothing to do, he went downtown.

Having nothing to do, I watched television.

Having studied English, I studied math.

What with having no exercise and being overweight, he had a heart attack.

Having a driver's license is an advantage for this job.

With the rain having stopped, the game began again.

I feel like having a drink.

Having worked on the farm all day long, he was completely tired out.

I'm sorry for your not having come with us.

He died without having made a will.

Having no will is the worst handicap.

Having seen him before, I knew him at once.

Having seen him before, I recognized him.

Having been to the temple before, I know the way.

Having been caught in that situation before, I knew exactly what to do.

Not having seen him before, I'll not be able to recognize him.

Not having seen her before, I did not know her.

Having been wrongly addressed, the letter never reached him.

Having hit a streak of bad luck, my fortune had gone to pot in no time.

We credit Peary with having discovered the North Pole.

I regret not having taken his advice.

The Longs are having a garage sale tomorrow.

The candle went out instead of having been put out.

Burning the candle at both ends reduces the candle to wax in a hurry - just like a playboy having a pretty girl on each arm.

Roy denied having visited her yesterday.

My roommate's having a party.

Having much to do, I felt depressed.

Please forgive me for not having written sooner.

If you are having temporary financial problems and it is the cause of your outstanding account, let us know about it.

We are having fish for our main course.

Mary denied having stolen the money.

Never having seen a mongoose, I do not know what they are like.

We will soon be having snow.

What do you think about having breakfast at McDonald's?

You look like you're having a lot of trouble setting up that web page. Want some help?

Having a bad cold, he was absent from school today.

I'm not sure about Hawaii, where there are also many Japanese, but I do find that having at least some Japanese around can be reassuring. That's how I feel.

Harry is ashamed of having lied to Sally.

I would like to express to you my deepest gratitude for having been a guest at your party.

I wish I could live at a more relaxed pace, instead of having to watch the clock all the time.

Nancy is having a chat with her friends.

Tom regretted having wasted a great deal of his life.

Tom denied having stolen the money.

Tom boasts of never having been defeated in a horse race.

I was having a very good time, when the sad news came.

I regret not having studied hard for the test.

What about having fish for dinner?

I ended up going over the top, drinking too much and having a terrible hangover the next day.

I feel ashamed of having lost my temper.

What do you say to having a coffee break?

I am not having any of those lies.

You'll regret having said those words.

I had difficulty in having it repaired.

Having finished it, he went to bed.

Having read the book, I could answer all the questions.

I felt the richer for having read the book.

The farmer regretted having wasted some wheat.

Having lived in the town, I'm not a stranger there.

The man denied having stolen the car.

The man is suspected of having a hand in the affair.

The man admitted having broken into the house.

The politician was not ashamed of having taken bribes.

They are having a chat.

Having discussed the new project for three hours, we concluded that Andrew's plan was the best.

The boy was allowed to come along having promised to improve his manners.

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