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  • hold|fast — «HOHLD FAST, FAHST», noun. 1. a thing used to hold something else in place, such as a hook or clamp. 2. the act or fact of holding fast; firm or sure grasp. 3. a branched or disk shaped basal portion by which a sessile organism, such as a… …   Useful english dictionary

  • hold fast — index adhere (fasten), cohere (adhere), grapple, hold (possess), hold out (resist) …   Law dictionary

  • hold fast — ► hold fast 1) remain tightly secured. 2) continue to adhere to a principle. Main Entry: ↑hold …   English terms dictionary

  • Hold fast — A hold fast is an accessory used on a woodworking workbench to fix a workpiece to the top or side of the bench while it is being worked.A hold fast is shaped like a shepherd s hook. In use, the shank fits into a hole in the top or side of the… …   Wikipedia

  • hold fast — verb stick to firmly Will this wallpaper adhere to the wall? • Syn: ↑adhere, ↑bond, ↑bind, ↑stick, ↑stick to • Derivationally related forms: ↑sticker ( …   Useful english dictionary

  • hold fast — Synonyms and related words: adhere to, arrest, be unflappable, bear up, bite, bridle, check, clasp, cleave to, clench, clinch, cling, cling like ivy, clip, clutch, come up fighting, constrain, contain, control, cool, cool off, curb, curtail,… …   Moby Thesaurus

  • hold fast — remain tightly secured. ↘continue to adhere to a principle. → hold …   English new terms dictionary

  • hold fast — (Roget s IV) v. Syn. clasp, lock, clamp; see adhere to , fasten 1 , stick 1 …   English dictionary for students

  • hold fast to something — formal phrase to refuse to stop believing in something Thesaurus: to not change, or to refuse to change your opinionsynonym Main entry: fast * * * hold ˈfast to sth idiom ( …   Useful english dictionary

  • hold fast to something — formal to refuse to stop believing in something …   English dictionary

  • Fast and Loose (con game) — Fast and Loose is a cheating game played at fairs by sharpers. Also known as Pricking the Garter (Renaissance), The Strap (1930 con man argot), and The Old Army Game (World War II). In older periods, the leather or cloth webbing garters that men… …   Wikipedia

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