hold over

[ hohld ]SEE DEFINITION OF hold over

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR HOLD OVER

I'll pay the bill, but I'll keep the account to hold over your head in the future.

Nay, I believe that I might have claimed some hold over him, but I would not.

If we get that, we can hold over; if we don't, we go to smash, and so does Lewiston.

She would have the hold over the land, and she would cure a cancer.

In a way she was still exercising her hold over her meeting.

I don't know why her miserable story has taken such a hold over me.

Surely the enemy of good has most hold over the discontented spirit.

For by this means she would still have some hold over them all.

Could it be possible that Josh Craig had somehow got a hold over her?

I only wish we could hold over and see what goes on, grumbled George.

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