Definition of Havering
1. Verb. (present participle of haver) ¹
2. Adjective. Hesitant; indecisive. ¹
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Definition of Havering
1. haver [v] - See also: haver
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Literary usage of Havering
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1. The Progresses and Public Processions of Queen Elizabeth: Among which are by John Nichols (1823)
"When Queen Elizabeth was here in 1579, havering was the property of her Lord High Chamberlain Edward de Vere, whose first Lady was Anne, daughter of the ..."
2. London: Being an Accurate History and Description of the British Metropolis by David Hughson (1809)
"havering BOWER, north-east three miles from Rom- ford, is a ward or hamlet in the parish of Hornchurch, and liberty of havering; it was a seat of some of ..."
3. English Economic History: Select Documents edited by Alfred Edward Bland (1919)
"THE MANOR OF havering, co. ESSEX [Domesday Book, II, 2 6], 1086. ... Harold held havering in the time of King Edward for one manor and for 10 hides. ..."
4. Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the Court of King's Bench by Great Britain Court of King's Bench, John Leycester Adolphus (1837)
"A charter, granting a court in civil suits, was held to be obligatory on the steward and suitors of a lordship, in Rex v. havering Atte Bower (g), ..."
5. London; Being an Accurate History and Description of the British Metropolis by David Hughson (1809)
"havering BOWER, north-east three miles from Rom- ford, is a ward or hamlet in the ... and liberty of havering; it was a seat of some nf the Savon kings; ..."
6. Handbook to the Environs of London: Alphabetically Arranged, Containing an by James Thorne (1876)
"What is still more to the point, havering ch. is dedicated to St. John the Evangelist ; Clavering ch. to St. Mary and St. Clement. ..."
7. English Forests and Forest Trees, Historical, Legendary, and Descriptive (1853)
"This glade at one time was the favourite road used by Queen Elizabeth in passing over the forest between havering atte Bower and London. ..."