hold with (something)

hold with (something)

To agree or go along with something. Your story better hold with the one I told Mom, or else we're definitely going to get caught!
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hold with

Agree with, support, as in I don't hold with that view of the situation. [c. 1300]
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hold with

v.
To support or agree with something. Used chiefly in the negative: I don't hold with your theories, because you don't have enough evidence to support them.
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