How to use Hold off in a sentence

hold off
  • Let's hold off deciding until I speak with Brennan and see what he can do.

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  • No; hold off on that.

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  • Maybe you should hold off awhile until your shoulder gets better.

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  • At any rate, I wasn't sure if this was something that the site hosts would find acceptable, so I'll hold off until I get the go ahead (or nobody responds for a few days).

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  • On the other hand, if you want those decorations because it would match the style of your house, then it's possible to hold off on the double-paned windows.

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  • To keep the depressed feelings at bay, crack abusers will often use more crack to hold off symptoms.

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  • I think you can hold off on the work up for a while yet, but you're going to need to do two things right off the bat.

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  • If that top inch is moist, hold off on watering for another day or so.

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  • Purchase pumpkins seeds in the springtime, but hold off planting them until mid to late May, depending on where you live.

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  • If you can hold off until after Christmas, you'll save yourself quite a bit of money and you can always put the pajamas away until next year.

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  • Although a cigar does go nicely with Cognac, it can mask some of the nuances and complexity that it has to offer, so if you're new to the brandy thing, hold off on the cigar until you've enjoyed a few sips of this beauty.

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  • Onset of dramatic symptoms usually occurs in infancy, but may hold off until adulthood.

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  • You can get even the most expensive bathing suit at a bargain if you can hold off until the summer styles are being discounted to make room for fall clothing.

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  • While it can be tempting to order them for a baby shower gift, hold off until the baby is born so an accurate birth date can be included.

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  • Whatever costumes are left after December 25th are typically put in the sale bin, which means if you are looking for a bargain on a Miss or Mrs. Claus suit, then hold off for post-holiday price reductions.

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  • In this case, hold off on kissing until you have some privacy.

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  • Yet you should hold off on purchasing boots for your child until he or she has mastered the art of walking.

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  • If you're just beginning a yoga practice, it may be best to hold off on purchasing specialized equipment until you have a better understanding of what items fit your needs.

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  • The sentiment in Christmas isn't broken, so hold off on your repair plans.

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  • If you have even the slightest doubt about whether you can repay card balances in full and on time, hold off on applying for any new accounts.

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  • They can also be sent after graduation if you are having a barbecue later in the month and want to hold off sending them until you're closer to the date.

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