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Sentence count:107+3 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2016-07-18Updated:2020-07-24
Similar words: hold onhold outget hold ofdon't careontoon the wholeon top ofin front of
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1 Hold on to me tight.
2 Love makes you hold on to things you wouldn't have been able to.
3 Everybody can fly without wings when they hold on to their dreams.
4 Firms are now keen to hold on to the people they recruit.
5 Hold on to your ticket - you'll need it later.
6 They determined to hold on to the last.
7 Hold on to the third block, then turn left.
8 Hold on to my arm.
9 I should hold on to these photos.
10 He had no one to hold on to then.
11 You should hold on to your oil shares.
12 I'd hold on to that house for the time being; house prices are rising sharply at the moment.
13 I think I'll hold on to these old records for now.
14 He's too angry to hold on to himself not to scold.
15 Mr Quinn is simply concerned to hold on to his job.
16 I told him how we had fought to hold on to the company.
17 He said he would hold on to the truth with his blood and life.
18 How long should I hold on to records?
19 Hold on to the farmland fast disappearing under subdivisions.
20 You hold on to those for the moment.
21 But hold on to your wallet.
22 A client could hold on to his jaw,( and people would assume he was headed for a tooth extraction.
23 We hold on to one another, an unsteady circle, and leave the room together.
24 Hold on to all these smells until the evening, when you can deliver them up on to the blank paper.
25 After a little while, Oliver was so cold that he couldn't hold on to the banisters any more.
26 Despite the military superiority of the government forces, the rebels continued to hold on to territory in the south.
27 For the moment, Mr Rocard is probably just praying that he can hold on to his seat in the Yvelines.
28 Against the implacable opposition of its lord, Aylesbury failed utterly to hold on to the corporate status granted it in 1554.
29 Frantically, in the last half of the fight, he sought to hold on to his title.
30 But when you first see it, it can be rather frightening, so hold on to small children's hands.
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