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un- +‎ had

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unhad (not comparable)

  1. Not had.
    • 1958, The Australasian Journal of Psychology and Philosophy, page 144:
      But this would seem to reintroduce the objectionable notion of an unhad or unsensed sense-datum.
    • 2002, Stephen Priest, The Subject in Question, page 33:
      [] there is something incoherent about the idea of an unowned or, more strangely, unhad experience.