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2 ENTRIES FOUND:

hold on

verb

Definition of HOLD ON

1
to remain indefinitely in existence or in the same state <the ancient beliefs still held on in remote mountain villages>
Near Antonyms abate, die (down), ebb, let up, moderate, subside, wane
2
to remain in place in readiness or expectation of something <hold on a minute—it's not your turn>
Synonyms await, bide, hold on, stay

March 29, 2015
discomfit Hear it
To thwart or disconcert
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