Look how he doth hold
that fair flower betwixt his thumb and finger, as he would say, `Good rose, I like thee not so ill but I can bear thy odor for a little while.
They are governed by him who holds
the axe Groan-Maker.
Now, Jack, be sure to hold
fast to this post and then you can't fall off and get smashed.
but perceiving that he whom he had laid hold
of did not move or stir, he concluded that he was dead and that those in the room were his murderers, and with this suspicion he raised his voice still higher, calling out, "Shut the inn gate; see that no one goes out; they have killed a man here
For whoever of the deathless gods that hold
the peaks of snowy Olympus pours a libation of her water is forsworn, lies breathless until a full year is completed, and never comes near to taste ambrosia and nectar, but lies spiritless and voiceless on a strewn bed: and a heavy trance overshadows him.
I find it wery hard to hold
that young man off of your inside.
But when states are acquired in a country differing in language, customs, or laws, there are difficulties, and good fortune and great energy are needed to hold
them, and one of the greatest and most real helps would be that he who has acquired them should go and reside there.
But Joe was holding on for life, resisting the other's every effort, as fast as one hold
or grip was torn loose finding a new one by which to cling.
It was no very easy task, for the skiff lay amidships and was full of hamper, and the breaking of the heavier seas continually forced us to give over and hold
on; but we all wrought like horses while we could.
In return to these compliments the other bade him hold
his tongue, and keep his noise to himself, and laid upon him many similar injunctions, with great fluency of speech and sternness of manner.
After a darkening hour or so, suddenly the rudder-lines tightened in his hold
, and he steered hard towards the Surrey shore.
I will tell you," said the Thief, "but first let me ask you to hold
my clothes, or I shall tear them to pieces.