Examples of holdover in a Sentence
He is the only holdover from their last championship team.
This policy is a holdover from the previous administration.
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Critics of climate change science attacked the report as the product of holdovers from former President Barack Obama's administration, and also chastised the Trump administration for allowing it to be published.
Tight end Virgil Green, who with Thomas is the only offensive holdover from McCoy’s previous stint with Denver, is a good blocker.
Sannon, Linehan and receiver Reuben Mwhela make up the core of the holdovers from that ’13 team, those lucky enough to redshirt when freshmen were so in-demand.
Until now, however, the Yankees had been a holdover to the old traditions, clinging to the idea that the only fun to be had on a baseball field stemmed from winning.
The coats that the department stores were cutting up to make coonskin hats were holdovers from a fad that flourished in the 1920s.
Members from New York and New Jersey have been holdovers throughout the tax reform debate.
Vaccaro and Jordan are the only holdovers from when the Saints exhibited some semblance of a defense.
One of few Obama administration holdovers, Shulkin was most recently the VA's undersecretary before being promoted by President Trump.
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Examples of hold over in a Sentence
the golf tournament had to be held over until the line of thunderstorms had passed through
Recent Examples of hold over from the Web
The doctor administers the update through a wand held over the site of the implanted pacemaker.
What was trash can doing on the sidelines during the Volunteers’ multiple overtime victory against Georgia Tech, and why was somebody holding over their heads?
Taping was held over the weekend at The Fillmore Miami Beach and premieres at 8 p.m. Tuesday.
Another flashback reveals that Detective Samuels used to have a hold over Kai.
Some believers have been hung on crosses and held over fires
In short, the first Republican gubernatorial forums, held over the weekend in Milledgeville and Augusta, underscored the GOP’s race to the right.
The Falcons maintained their clear hold over the Woodland East with a convincing win leading into a battle with Greenfield next week.
The very first Main Street Oktoberfest, held over two days along Main Street between Prospect and Prairie avenues, drew a little more than 5,000 people, said organizer Ryan Tracy.
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HOLDOVER Defined for English Language Learners
legal Definition of hold over
- one who holds over in possession of a building after the expiration of a term of years
- —B. N. Cardozo
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