sit tight sit tight


  • (v) maintain the same position; wait it out


  1. But sit tight and you won't be disappointed.
  2. They will sit tight as the voters of Wisconsin and Ohio and Texas and Pennsylvania go to the polls and hope the voters themselves resolve things, as they should.
  3. One newsman pressed the point, and Rhee made it clearer: his armies will sit tight until the political conference, whenever it starts, has had 90 days to attempt a settlement.


  • This P/E Suggests Diageo Is a Hold

    Diageo shareholders should sit tight, but now is not the time to buy, suggests Roland Head.        
    on June 18, 2013     Source: The Motley Fool

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