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absorb to hold the full attention of. [1/2 definitions]
album a book with blank pages or empty pockets in which a collection can be placed. An album can hold photographs, stamps, or mementos. [1/2 definitions]
amuse to hold the interest of in a pleasant way; entertain. [1/2 definitions]
anchor to make secure or hold steady. [1/4 definitions]
arrest to seize and hold or imprison for breaking the law. [2/4 definitions]
bag a soft container made of cloth, paper, or leather, used to hold things; sack; pouch. [1/4 definitions]
balance to hold steady. [1/6 definitions]
bar1 a length of metal or other strong, solid material often used to hold something back, support something, or hold things together. [1/9 definitions]
barrel the amount that such a container can hold. [1/4 definitions]
basin an open, shallow bowl used to hold water for washing. [1/2 definitions]
bear1 to hold up or support. [1/7 definitions]
bob2 to try to take hold of floating or hanging objects with the mouth as part of a game. [1/4 definitions]
bottle a container with a narrow neck and no handle used to hold or pour liquids. A bottle is usually made of glass or plastic. [2/3 definitions]
bottle up to control or hold in; not express.
brace to support, hold steady, or provide strength with or as if with a brace. [1/7 definitions]
braces the British word for a pair of straps that hold trousers up. Braces has the same meaning as suspenders. [1/2 definitions]
cabinet a piece of furniture with shelves, compartments, or drawers and usually covered by a door or doors. Cabinets are used to store or hold objects. [1/2 definitions]
capture to take hold or gain control of by force or through planning. [1/3 definitions]
carry to hold oneself in a certain way. [1/4 definitions]
carton a box made of thick paper or of plastic made to hold one particular type of product.
cartridge a special container made to hold film so that it is easy to load into a camera. [1/3 definitions]