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Sentence count:99+3 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2016-07-17Updated:2020-07-24
Synonym: endureexsertextendgohold uplastlivelive onput outresiststand firmstretch forthstretch outsurvivewearwithstandSimilar words: hold onhold on toget hold ofpull downdo uphand outdoughwashed outMeaning: v. 1. thrust or extend out 2. stand up or offer resistance to somebody or something 3. last and be usable 4. wait uncompromisingly for something desirable 5. continue to live; endure or last. 
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1. Hold out your hands with your palms facing downwards.
2. They won't be able to hold out much longer under this sort of bombardment.
3. He tried to hold out for higher paying by rejecting signature to the contract.
4. He seems to hold out no hope of success.
5. Doctors hold out little hope of her recovering.
6. He can only hold out a few more weeks.
7. We can't hold out against industrialization any longer.
8. We must hold out till victory.
9. Water supplies won't hold out much longer.
10. Will the car hold out till we reach London?
11. Hold out your arms with the palms facing downwards.
12. I don't hold out much hope of finding a buyer.
13. Consumer groups still hold out hope that the president will change his mind.
14. The forthcoming talks hold out the hope of real arms reductions.
15. I didn't know how much longer I could hold out against their relentless questioning.
16. Tom is likely to hold out for more than 300 pound's price.
17. I can't hold out much hope that the weather will improve.
18. 'How long will our fresh water supplies hold out?' captain asked.
19. Some thought they would hold out until Sunday. The realists knew that the game was already up.
20. She never hold out on the lure of money to do something they
21. Few people hold out any hope of finding more survivors.
22. Don't hold out on me - I need to know who did it.
23. The doctors did not hold out much hope for her recovery.
24. It's not easy for him to hold out to the end.
25. This old machine will hold out for another 20 years.
26. I hope this good weather will hold out for another week.
27. To hold out a little longer means the victory of the battle when it comes to head out.
28. The rescue team hoped the men on the boat could hold out till they arrived.
29. I've got a surprise for you! Shut your eyes tightly and hold out your hand.
30. We can stay here for as long as our supplies hold out.
More similar words: hold onhold on toget hold ofpull downdo uphand outdoughwashed outweed outfind outsend outstand outin and outdoubleholdno doubtwholeholydouble upspread outhold uphold inhold downas a wholetremendousdouble backhold backhouseholdscholarwithout doubt
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