Answer: A tactic by which a senator asks to be informed before particular bills is
brought to the floor . this stops thebill from comming to the floor until
the hold is removed
Word Origin Old Englishhaldan healdan of Germanic origin; related to Dutch houden and German halten; the noun is partly from Old Norse hald 'hold support custody'.
Scrabble Points: 8
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contain hold accommodate mean to have or be capable of having within. contain implies the actual presence of a specified substance or quantity within something. the can contains a quart of oil hold implies the capacity of containing or the usual or permanent function of containing or keeping. the bookcase will hold all my textbooks accommodate stresses holding without crowding or inconvenience. the hall can accommodate 500 people
Hold definition to have or keep in the hand; keep fast; grasp: She held the purse in her right hand. He held the child's hand in his. See more.
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Hold : to have or keep in one's hands. Synonyms: clench ...