Definition of "taking hold" [taking hold]

  • Present participle of take hold. (verb)

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Use "taking hold" in a sentence
  • ""Which means she's had almost a whole day to give him her pitch," he said, taking hold of Bult's pony's reins."
  • ""I think you'd better sit down," Alis said, taking hold of my arm."
  • "But then Maitland felt it taking hold of his toes once more, just as Lord James was saying, "You are welcome to come back to my quarters here.""