Definitions for handholdˈhændˌhoʊld

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Random House Webster's College Dictionary

hand•holdˈhændˌhoʊld(n.)

  1. a grip with the hand or hands.

  2. something to grip or take hold of, as a support or handle.

Origin of handhold:

1635–45

Princeton's WordNet

  1. handhold(noun)

    an appendage to hold onto

Wiktionary

  1. handhold(Noun)

    A projection that one may hold onto for support

Freebase

  1. Handhold

    A handhold is a manner the dancers hold each other's hands during the dance. A hold is the way one partner holds another one with hands. Hold and handhold are important components of connection in dance.

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