To maintain a grip on something; cling to something: I held on to the ledge until someone could pull me to safety. You should hold on to the railing when you walk down the stairs. You should hold on to the railing when you walk down the stairs.
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· Something to hold onto, a prize to hold up, plunder to be displayed And let’s say it this way – Jesus didn’t consider that equality with God something to hold onto .
17 synonyms of hold on to from the Merriam-Webster Thesaurus, plus 70 related words, definitions, and antonyms. Find another word for hold on to. Hold on to: to keep in one's mind or heart. Synonyms: bear, cherish, entertain Antonyms: give up, hand over, release Find the right word.
Give me something to hold on to. I need just a little piece. I'll take anything. Give me something to hold on to. Something good, something real. Something bad, something I can really, really, really feel. Leave me black, leave me blue. Just give me something. I'll take anything from you.
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