To hold up

Definition of To hold up

To support one's self; to remain unbent or unbroken; as, to hold up under misfortunes.
- Dryden.
To cease raining; to cease to stop; as, it holds up.
To keep up; not to fall behind; not to lose ground.
- Hudibras.

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To hold by the button
To hold forth
To hold hand
To hold in
To hold in hand
To hold in play
To hold in pledge
To hold off
To hold on
To hold one's nose to the grindstone
To hold one's own
To hold one's peace
To hold opinion with
To hold out
to hold out an olive branch
To hold over
To hold tack
To hold the tongue
To hold to
To hold together
-To hold up-
To hold water
To hoof it
To hook on
To hug one's self
To hunt counter
To hurry up
To hush up
To impose on
To improve on
To indorse in blank
To inform against
To join battle
To jump a claim
To jump at
To jump one's bail
To jump the gun
To keel over
To keep (a person) on a short leash
To keep a stiff upper lip
To keep an eye on
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