hold tight

  1. hold firmly, usually with one's hands
    She clutched my arm when she got scared
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How To Use hold tight In A Sentence

  • Hold tight when you ride at the back of your brother's scooter.
  • I helped her unclasp the mirror, her swollen and bruised fingers trying to hold tight. Chicken Soup for the Soul: Grieving and Recovery
  • So hold tight and expect prospective track listings in a week or two!
  • Hold tight!" She increased her grip.
  • To give without expectation, what is it that makes it hold tight to what we have?
  • The teacher hold tight topic diagram of two story establish a wonderful scenario and pursue studies to living to create easy delectation of study atmosphere.
  • The unions have circulated their branches, urging members to hold tight until a national deal is struck.
  • Hold tight to the reality that the conservative wrong wing really is dangerous ... over-stuffed buffoons, winkers, creationists, nature-defilers and all. Paula Gordon: Ridiculosophists
  • They hold tight to their grudges in Manchester. The Sun
  • In KP1 type perforated brick masonry, expansion bolt especially design for perforated brick is prefer, because it can form "self- anchor" effect and hold tightly in brick hole.
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