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authority, charge, command, commission, control, coordination, direction, discipline, domination, government, law, management, mandate, mastery, power, prowess, reign, rule, sovereignty, supremacy, sway, will.
authority, clasp, clench, clinch, clout, clutch, control, dominance, dominion, grip, influence, occupancy, occupation, ownership, pull, purchase, retention, sway, tenacity, tenure.
handclasp, handgrip, handhold, handshake, handholds, handgrips, crushings, handclasps, handshakes.
haft, helve, hilt, tiller, hafts, hilts, tillers, helves.
adjudge, agree, apply, appreciation, arrest, bear, bind, book, cargo area, cargo deck, cargo hold, carry, check, clasp, clench, clutch, clutches, concord, concur, confine, contain, curb, custody, declare, defend, defy, delay, detention, entertain, give, go for, grasp, grip, guard, halt, handgrip, handle, harbor, harbour, have, have got, hold back, hold in, hold up, keep, keep back, maintain, make, moderate, nurse, obligate, oblige, obtain, postponement, prevail, reserve, restrain, retain, storage area, support, sustain, take hold, throw, time lag, wait.
importance, Monopolies, INS, influences.
possession, proprietary, Proprietaries, possessorship, proprietary rights.
restraint, self-discipline, self-government, withholdings.
flotation, fulcrum, stave, stiffener, stilt, substructure, support, sustentation, Fulcra, Fulcrums, stilts, stiffeners, flotations, substructures.
accept, affirm, assent, assume, aver, believe, buy, conclude, consider, credit, declare, deem, entertain, esteem, feel, gather, judge, lap up, maintain, okay, presume, profess, reckon, regard, sense, suppose, surmise, take for granted, think, trust, understand, view, give faith, put faith in, swear by, bet bottom dollar, cross one's heart, have hunch, have sneaking suspicion, lay money on, set store by, swear up and down, take as gospel truth, take stock in.
coordinate, direct, dominate, govern, manage, master.
conduct meeting, function
assemble, call, carry on, celebrate, convene, officiate, preside, run, solemnize.
hold, take hold.
accommodate, comprise, contain, enclose, include, receive, stow.
apply, exist, last, operate, persevere, persist, remain, resist, stay, wear, stand up, hold true, be in effect, be in force, be the case, be valid, have bearing, hold good, remain true, stay staunch.
give, have, hold, make, throw.
cage, confine, corral, cover, encircle, encompass, envelop, fence, impound, imprison, surround, trap.
adhere, clasp, clutch, embrace, grapple, grasp, grip, keep, retain, seize.
have a capacity for
accommodate, comprise, include, seat, be equipped for.
have in one's hands, possession; grasp
adhere, arrest, bind, bottle up, carry, catch, check, cherish, cleave, cling, confine, contain, cork up, cradle, detain, embrace, enclose, enjoy, handle, hang on, have, hug, imprison, keep, keep out, lock up, maintain, nourish, occupy, own, palm, possess, press, restrain, retain, secure, seize, squeeze, stay put, stick, take, trammel, vise, wield, withhold, wring, fondle, freeze to, keep close, not let go, put a lock on.
acquire, claim, have, monopolize, own, possess.
conserve, hinder, preserve, prevent, reserve.
hold, keep, maintain.
cease, end, freeze, halt, pause, stay, stop, terminate.
bear, bolster, brace, buttress, lock, prop, shore up, shoulder, sustain, underpin, uphold.
recall, recant, retract, revoke, suppress, withdraw, withhold.
Examples of usage:
– Phemie Frost's Experiences by Ann S. Stephens
– Saturday's Child by Kathleen Norris
– The Secret of the Tower by Hope, Anthony
– Annals of a Quiet Neighbourhood by George MacDonald
– The Hero of Garside School by J. Harwood Panting