handhold handhold  /ˈhænd ˌhoʊld/

Definition(s):

  • (n) an appendage to hold onto

Usage(s):

  1. But this was a tenuous handhold on an area which has traditionally been the scene of Anglo-French imperial rivalry.
  2. Finally, she stands on her tippy toes, grabs a handhold and magically she is at the top of the cliff known as 1,2,3 Wall.
  3. Apply the same stuff to two mitt- size disks that have a strap across the back for a handhold.

News

  • Zipp Service Course SL SS bar/SL stem – in brief review

    The Service Course SL SS shape is both shorter than most and much shallower too. The angled flats on the drop curve give a great handhold, comfortable and well placed for sprinting. It works well with the angled radius that transitions from top to drop, which also gives ideal wrist clearance. For an all-aluminium affair, the SL SS is comfortable, and though stiff enough for steering, does a ...
    on June 10, 2013     Source: BikeRadar

Quotes

  • "But as long as they can cling to some handhold here, they are going to keep trying to literally fight their way back," Crocker said.
    on Nov 14, 2003 By: Ryan Crocker Source: Los Angeles Times

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