Examples of holdout in a Sentence
He says he might be a holdout at the start of the next season if the team doesn't agree to pay him more.
He is expected to end his three-week holdout and join the team tomorrow.
A few holdouts still use typewriters, but nearly everybody uses computers now.
Recent Examples of holdout from the Web
The threat of bans on the devices, and a dearth of retail outlets selling them, has spiked demand for holdouts like OpticsPlanet, according to multiple news reports.
Ventnor, Brigantine, Atlantic City, and North Wildwood are among the holdouts.
But the approach of Indianapolis during this free agency period should finally convince the few remaining holdouts of what is actually happening here.
Over the past day, models have taken a subtle shift toward a stormier outcome, but there are holdouts — those that insist that the storm will pass harmlessly to the south.
FedEx, the most famous of the holdouts, has a policy of making gun-shipping accommodations for 86 firearms manufacturers and the NRA, according to a company document obtained by ThinkProgress.
Era of the holdout is raising the cost of sovereign default.
Eckhaus Latta Mike Eckhaus and Zoe Latta have been producing their off-the-grid shows for a few years, but this is the season the holdouts finally decided that the bicoastal duo matters.
Amid all this, Assad and his allies are attempting to obliterate the rebel holdouts of eastern Ghouta and Idlib.
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First Known Use of holdout
Definition of hold out
- where 30 of the … refugees were still holding out
- —Anna Tomforde
- prayed that the engine would hold out
- as long as our money holds out
- holding out for a shorter workweek
Examples of hold out in a Sentence
we hoped our supply of firewood would hold out until power was restored
luckily, the old outboard motor held out till we made it to shore
Recent Examples of hold out from the Web
Westbeld has been important to Notre Dame’s success, but was held out as a starter against the Wildcats.
Off that timeout, the Lakers got missed runner from Isaiah Thomas, as the Heat held out.
Two Auburn players were held out this season because of questions about their eligibility.
Pull over to the side, and someone in threadbare clothing will soon approach your window holding out a mysterious little box.
While many Catholics in China have joined, millions of others have held out, unwilling to compromise on the primacy of the pope.
That comes after Wildcats head coach Sean Miller recently faced questions about his own job security, and Tigers players Danjel Purifoy and Austin Wiley being held out all season in connection with the case.
The Rangers made two trades to add to their 2017-18 bonus pool and were charming enough otherwise in their recruitment to keep Martinez from signing elsewhere for less or holding out.
Players at several of the schools identified in the FBI probe have been held out of games this season while the investigation continues.
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HOLDOUT Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of holdout for English Language Learners
: a person who refuses to reach an agreement until certain terms are met : a person who holds out
: an act of holding out for something
: a person who continues to do or use something after others have stopped doing or using it
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