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Definition of "holdouts" []

  • Someone that does not agree or consent, usually because they are attempting to gain concessions or a better deal (noun)
  • Plural form of holdout. (noun)

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Use "holdouts" in a sentence
  • "Among the worst holdouts is Oppenheimer & Co., which sold approximately $1 billion in ARS."
  • "In the months to come, the United States will continue to encourage contrition from Lobo, while the Latin American holdouts will keep exploiting their political leverage over Honduras."
  • "Like most brushes with the embrace of openness, Microsoft is probably at war with itself once again, on the one hand having elements within that want to do the right thing and on the other, for some reason, being heavily influence by holdouts from the evil empire."