Seem like dey wuz all de money de 'Oman got, en de folks dey put um on 'er eyeleds fer to hol' um down.
Devil got a hol' o' my coat-tails; I'm a-goin' to hell, oh Lawd!'
Jes' keep yo' robes on an' hol' yo' throne down a little while.
The famous baritone, Faure, was the hol of the Paris production.
An' he slide down little, an' holler: 'Devil's got a hol' o' my coat-tails; devil tryin' to drag me down!
Dey ron so fas' I'm got to hol' on wit' ma han's, wit' ma feet!
Me'll tate tare ob her, S'e tan p'ay wiv mine Wobin, an' hol' mine dolly.
As for you, hol, there is no use at all in your trying to play the lofty indifferent.
Then we're all going down town to hol' open-air temp-rance meet-meeting.
"He is doing it deliberately, hol," he said softly, with a quivering lip.
Variant of holo-.