hold[ hohld ]SEE DEFINITION OF hold
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR HOLD
If you can't skin yourself you can hold a leg while somebody else skins.
You know what you hold, and if 'tain't a hand to lay down, it must be a hand to raise on.
When the Kings were weak the nobles often managed to get hold of the State.
They were good fighters and for a long time they were able to hold their own against all invaders.
I have known Harriet for many years, and I hold her in my high esteem.
The vessel might hold together till morning, but who could tell?
There's a report to-day that —— cannot hold out much longer.
Hold thyself in readiness to come down upon the first summons.
It was a very old man who held, or tried to hold, Andrew from falling to the floor.
When you see them, you will observe how he endeavours to hold me to this correspondence.