Holdout [noun]

Definition of Holdout:

person who settles dispute

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Sentence/Example of Holdout:

The only holdout is Arlington Public Schools, whose officials have repeatedly refused to set a firm date for the return to in-person learning.

Bezos long was a holdout on major philanthropic efforts, despite his growing wealth.

Yeah, there are still holdouts and naysayers, and their actions have surely and needlessly infected others.

That said, there are some things that you can do through the newer campaign experiment tool that you can’t do on your own without the tool, such as holdout tests and brand surveys.

The deal was only passed on Friday morning after Poland, the last holdout, received further assurances of funding for the energy transition.

Campbell will also have some time to try get holdout platform Airbnb on board.

This holdout works in shirt sleeves and holds the cards in the same place as a cuff-pocket.

The next form of holdout which falls beneath our notice is that known as the 'Cuff Holdout.'

An extremely simple form of appliance, and one which may be utilised with effect, is that known as the 'ring holdout.'

The earliest account we have of anything in the holdout line is the cuff-box described by Houdin.