a person who commits an armed robbery.
[hohld] /hoʊld/ verb (used with object), held; held or (Archaic) holden; holding. 1. 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. 2. to set aside; reserve or retain: to hold merchandise until called for; to hold a reservation. […]
- Hold your
see under hold one’s.
- Hold someone by the nuts
[hohl] /hoʊl/ noun 1. an opening through something; gap; aperture: a hole in the roof; a hole in my sock. 2. a hollow place in a solid body or mass; a cavity: a hole in the ground. 3. the excavated habitation of an animal; burrow. 4. a small, dingy, or shabby place: I couldn’t live […]
[hohl-uh n-kawr-ner] /ˈhoʊl ənˈkɔr nər/ adjective 1. secretive; clandestine; furtive: The political situation was full of hole-and-corner intrigue. 2. trivial and colorless: She was living a hole-and-corner existence of daily drudgery. adjective 1. (usually prenominal) (informal) furtive or secretive