Definition of Have a crow to pull

1. Verb. (obsolete) To have a point of contention ((term with) someone); to have a bone to pick. ¹



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Have A Crow To Pull

have-a-go hero
have-not
have-nots
have I got news for you
have Van Gogh's ear for music
have a ball
have a bath
have a bone in one's leg
have a bone to pick
have a break
have a bun in the oven
have a clue
have a couple
have a cow
have a crack at
have a crow to pull (current term)
have a dog in this fight
have a few
have a fit
have a frog in one's throat
have a go
have a go at it
have a good one
have a good time
have a handle on
have a head for
have a heart
have a laugh
have a look
have a look-see

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