Holds [noun]

Definition of Holds:

grasp, possession

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Sentence/Example of Holds:

The player to his right holds eight, the player to his left has only six—the right side wins, the left side loses.

His nature was bold and fitted to command, and to him is due, in a large degree, the proud position the Midland holds to-day.

He holds them with the air of a gentleman, comfortable and at ease in all respects, mentally and bodily.

We have worked this out for all classes of tone—string, flute and diapason—and the law holds good in every instance.

Dey's squar little towels what you holds in yer lap to wipe yer fingers on when you've done eatin'.

His brain—the part where human reasoning holds normal sway—was dominated by the purely primitive instinct of flight.

A different rule applies to a naked trustee who holds the title to the stock without any real interest in it.

On the 29th we had completed our holds with wood and water and prepared to leave the harbour.

On the steps lies the Spanish flag with a broken staff, and in her hand she holds on high the Philippine flag of freedom.

And I will kindle a fire in the wall of Damascus, and it shall devour the strong holds of Benadad.