occupied or in the control of; often used in combination
held is the past tense version of hold. to clutch something is to physically hold or touch something.
she clutched a hammer. she held a hammer.Submitted by anonymous on April 25, 2021
to have kept something
johnny held a guitar in his hand.Submitted by acronimous on May 26, 2014
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List of paraphrases:
organized, holding, convened, place, conducted, detained, kept, organised, required, obliged, convening, hold, maintained, hosted, detainees, occupied, outfit, celebrated, inmate, inmates, concluded, welcomed, location, retained, detainee, obligated, venue, prisoners, bound, owned, convene, site, ruled, met, arranged, had, holds, taken, undertaken