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Synonyms for hold tight

hold firmly, usually with one's hands

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Other highlights from the album, Come Inside and The Big Jump, kept the tempo rising whilst the more mellow Hold Tight London and Surface To Air offered a chance to catch your breath and enjoy the brothers at work.
So buckle your seats and hold tight, for you're about to go on a magical journey.
These pheasant hold tight, which is great for working a pointing or flushing dog, but when flushed, a shooter better be on his shotgun because these birds are strong flyers and can glide a long way under strong wings.
I was told once again to hold tight and I would be allowed to pass.
Thus it's said to hold tight tolerances--down to 0.
Morrison puts on his best Backstreet Boy pout and croons, "I really like your smilin' face / My beach house has a fireplace / We'll watch reruns of Will & Grace / I think it's fate / Hold on / Hold tight / Let's date.
They produce a smoother finish, cut to a true 90-degree shoulder, and hold tight axial and radial tolerances.
After September 11th, our business dropped off by almost 50%, as many of our traditional customers decided to slash all hiring plans and just hold tight.
But hold tight as there is value locked-up in these shares.
We also hold tight ranges for sand control, and we have never been without sand for molding," he said.
Knowing dinner would be delayed, I was about to send a message to the upper staff in cabin areas to hold tight and not blow the dinner bugle.
Why didn't it hold tight to the branch where it was safe and got the nourishment to stay fresh and green?
Squid suckers have the dangerous combination of a suction cup and a ring of sharp "teeth" to hold tight to predator or prey.
The jacks are designed to hold tight when needed, but release when tugged in a certain, precarious direction.