Antonyms for holds

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I am the unworthy servant and delegate of him who holds the keys.

This also holds true in the case of puddings that are to be steamed.

Such reckoning, of course, only holds good of thrifty, homely France.

The Pastor is to be honored for the sake of the office which he holds.

Above the horizon is a goddess who holds in her left hand an ear of corn.

Mr. Ropes holds it "almost certain" that the order was given.

She holds the key to this old tale which the great scroll perpetuates.

They shall pay for their victory, with a life for every hair it holds.

It is enough that it holds out to me the only hope that we shall meet again.

She only holds him by a thread; and if you draw it too tight (I know his temper) it'll snap.