Ground hold

(Naut.) ground tackle.

See also: ground

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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The police said they were hardcore criminals, but those on the ground hold a different view.
* Lift your right arm off the ground Hold for 15 seconds
Approximately what capacity will the ground hold once the redevelopment is complete?
BALANCING Z ACT 3300ft above ground HOLD ON A MINUTE J Daredevil hangs on the rope by her ankles
The trip, track and ground hold no fears and he is the solid option in a race lacking any potential stars.
Easy ground holds no fears for him and he can emulate Haggas' previous Derby winner Shaamit, who triumphed from stall nine back in 1996.
Watford, whose Vicarage Road ground holds 21,000, are not close to that.
Testing ground holds no fears and all Cheltenham options are open at this stage.
Stubbs, left, insists the Glasgow ground holds no fears for his players, who won there twice last season on route to finishing second in the league.
That sets the standard and faster ground holds no fears.
The ground holds a 17-story, 563,000 s/f Class A office and retail tower that is 70 percent occupied by Polo Ralph Lauren.
Bruce Raymond, racing manager to Rabbah Bloodstock, who manage Universal, believes the ground holds the key to their horse's chance and is hoping it does not rain.