Bloom says we ought to think of truth as resembling a scientific hypothesis that helps us hold together our bits of knowledge.
You're part of the web of tightly woven relationships, some blood, some not, that hold together a rural community.
Because, we all know, football players are supposed to be too spoiled and too immature to hold together as a real union.
But what was happening away from the microphone made it even easier for the Republicans to hold together.
They must hold together a coalition that is sliced apart by the abortion issue.
If the cakes do not hold together readily, add a little beaten egg.
Whatever job they have on hand they must hold together, or we'll get the worst of it.
The chief merit of the Galatea, published in 1584, consists in the poetry which the story seems intended to hold together.
It could scarcely be expected that such a wreck could hold together for long.
Well, Tom Linken makes out to hold together after a fashion—all dreams and expectations.