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roadholding

noun road·hold·ing \ˈrōd-ˌhōl-diŋ\

Definition of ROADHOLDING

chiefly British
:  the qualities of an automobile that tend to make it respond precisely to the driver's steering

First Known Use of ROADHOLDING

1932

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