hold up[ hohld ]SEE DEFINITION OF hold up
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR HOLD UP
Vittel, Bains, Bussang—all in the Vosges—yet it continues to hold up its head.
My mother, when I was a girl, always bid me hold up my head.
It appeared to him amazing that he could hold up his head at all, poor creature.
We must hold up our heads and fight low, as my brother Solomon used to say.
When any one praises us, we hold up our heads and believe him.
Anxiously he watched his revs and prayed for his motor to hold up.
Standing behind me, jerking at the noose, he commanded me to hold up my hands.
Hold up your head and show 'em you don't care for the whole caboodle of 'em.
"You should hold up your hand if you wish permission to speak," was the stern reply.
Hold up your head, turn out your toes, clear your voices, and begin.