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Definition of "hol" []

  • Whole. (adjective)

Gnu Collaboartive International Dictionary of English: licensed under The Code Project Open License (CPOL)

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Use "hol" in a sentence
  • "We know a headteacher who has arranged her term times so that one half term hol a year is a fortnight long so that families can afford to go on holiday, and then they steal a week out of one of the other hols to balance it whilst spreading the pain of the long summer hols to working parents."
  • ""You jes 'hol' you hosses now, Aunt Dinah, till I s'prise you; drop down your lef 'year.""
  • ""Me'll tate tare ob her, S'e tan p'ay wiv mine Wobin, an 'hol' mine dolly.""