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To bear down, grit it out, stay the course

Originally a nautical term probably borrowed from the Dutch "houd vast" (hold tight) referring to the importance of securely gripping a ship's rigging.
Times are tough right now but we got to hold fast and ride it out.
by yoopah10 June 19, 2013
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To bear down, grit it out, stay the course

Originally a nautical term probably borrowed from Danish, NOT Dutch, "hold fast" (hold tight) referring to the importance of securely gripping a ship's rigging.
Times are tough right now but we got to hold fast and ride it out.
by 22mileslong January 16, 2018
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To bear down, grit it out, stay the course

Originally a Norwegian nautical term (hold tight) referring to the importance of securely gripping a ship's rigging.
Times are tough right now but we got to hold fast and ride it out.
by j_crook April 06, 2016
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Continue to believe or adhere to an idea or principle.
β€œWhen times get tough one needs to Hold Fast and ride it out”
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A great Napoleonic-era game where players engage in land and sea warfare. A game of choice for memers due to its VoIP functionality and hilarious personalities.
What’s that game? Holdfast.
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