Interjection (used in exclamatory expressions, often followed by a question What, no salt?(an expression of disinterest, disinclination, or contempt.) what for, why: What are you doing that for?

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indication which does not purport. Primarily, this exception applies to drafts drawn on third-party institutions that inadvertently leave off the to order language, but the nature of the paper

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(as pronoun)what is her address?The interactive transcript could not be loaded.What have you, other things of the same kind; so forth: money, jewels, stocks, and what have you.

(Oh, and it's not a burning cross, it's a flaming cross.).Meaning "what did you say?" is recorded from.1300; as an interrogative expletive at the end of sentences it is first recorded 1785, common early 20c.