lay+hold+of

  • 21hold — See: GET HOLD OF, LAY HOLD OF, LEAVE HOLDING THE BAG or LEAVE HOLDING THE SACK …

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  • 22hold — See: GET HOLD OF, LAY HOLD OF, LEAVE HOLDING THE BAG or LEAVE HOLDING THE SACK …

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  • 23hold — See: get hold of, lay hold of, leave holding the bag or leave holding the sack …

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  • 24lay aside — I verb abandon, continue, defer, delay, discard, disclaim, discount, dismiss, disregard, drop, exclude, forestall, forgo, hold, hold up, ignore, isolate, keep, lay by, lay in a stock, pass over, pick out, postpone, preserve, pretermit, put aside …

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  • 25hold — vt held, hold·ing 1 a: to have lawful possession or ownership of held the property as tenants in common the band hold s the title to the car b: to have as a privilege or position of responsibility hold ing …

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  • 26hold up — vt: to make the victim of a holdup: rob at gunpoint Merriam Webster’s Dictionary of Law. Merriam Webster. 1996. hold up I …

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  • 27Hold — Hold, v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Held}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Holding}. {Holden}, p. p., is obs. in elegant writing, though still used in legal language.] [OE. haldan, D. houden, OHG. hoten, Icel. halda, Dan. holde, Sw. h[*a]lla, Goth. haldan to feed, tend… …

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  • 28hold — [n] grasp, possession authority, clasp, clench, clinch, clout, clutch, control, dominance, dominion, grip, influence, occupancy, occupation, ownership, pull, purchase, retention, sway, tenacity, tenure; concepts 190,343,710 Ant. dispossession,… …

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  • 29Hold You Down — Jennifer Lopez feat. Fat Joe Veröffentlichung 15. Februar 2005[1] Länge 4:32 Genre(s) Pop, R B …

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  • 30lay to — {v.} 1. To give the blame or credit to; to name as cause. * /He was unpopular and when he made money, it was laid to his dishonesty, but when he lost money, it was laid to his stupidity./ Compare: LAY AT ONE S DOOR. 2. To hold a ship or boat… …

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  • 31lay to — {v.} 1. To give the blame or credit to; to name as cause. * /He was unpopular and when he made money, it was laid to his dishonesty, but when he lost money, it was laid to his stupidity./ Compare: LAY AT ONE S DOOR. 2. To hold a ship or boat… …

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  • 32hold in abeyance — I verb adjourn, defer, delay, discontinue, forbear, give ground, give way, hold up, lay over, postpone procrastinate, prolong, protract, retard, shelve, suspend, table, temporize II index adjourn, defer (put off), delay …

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  • 33lay away — index hold (possess), keep (shelter), reserve, store Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 34lay under restraint — index arrest (apprehend), check (restrain), constrain (restrain), detain (restrain) …

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  • 35hold — Synonyms and related words: abandon, abduction, abide, abort, absorb, absorb the attention, abstain, accent, accent mark, accommodate, account, account as, accumulate, acropolis, adhere, adhere to, adjudge, adjudicate, admit, advance, advantage,… …

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  • 36hold — v 1. grasp, clutch, clasp, seize, keep fast, gripe; have, palm, retain, Inf. latch onto, clench, clinch; hug, embrace, Brit. Dial. clip; keep, have and hold, harbor; cherish, treasure, fondle, Archaic. bosom. 2. reserve, set aside, put aside, set …

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  • 37hold up — Synonyms and related words: adjourn, advertise, afford support, air, arrest, back, back up, backpedal, backwater, be consistent, be proof against, be the case, be true, be truthful, be unflappable, bear, bear out, bear up, bear up against, blazon …

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  • 38lay by — Synonyms and related words: abandon, adjourn, aestivate, arrange for, assign, cede, conserve, continue, decree, defer, define, delay, drag out, extend, forearm, give up, hand over, hang fire, hang up, have nothing on, head to wind, hibernate,… …

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  • 39hold — I n. grip 1) to catch, get, grab, lay, seize, take hold of 2) to keep hold of 3) to relax one s hold 4) a firm, strong hold type of wrestling grip 5) to break a hold control, domination 6) to relinquish one s hold 7) a hold over (they refused to… …

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  • 40lay — I verb 1) Curtis laid the newspaper on the table Syn: put, place, set, put down, set down, deposit, rest, situate, locate, position; informal stick, dump, park, plunk 2) the act laid the foundation for the new system …

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