Give verb - To make a present of.
Usage example: math tutors generously give their time to help students after school
How words are described
|old||old give||old hold|
|good||good give||good hold|
|long||long give||long hold|
|short||short give||short hold|
|Other adjectives: complex, true, simple, powerful, big, huge, little, main, famous, former, awesome, magical.|
Both words in one sentence
- If they spare you by some miracle, you will still be visited by a Terminator in a few hours, milked for all you know through Cold-Blooded Torture, might hold and give information that will endanger the future of mankind, and then killed anyway.
Source: Paranoia Fuel / Live-Action TV
- Magic Feather: Elsa's gloves don't actually hold back her powers, but her confidence in them to do so helps give her a measure of control over them.
Source: Disney / Frozen
- Bribing Your Way to Victory: Since Online uses a microtransaction business model, Tecmo-Koei (and subsequently their distributors) introduced ships that were designed to either give a massive combat advantage or carry some other benefit like larger than normal hold space.
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