One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
Used to convey that someone is particularly determined or cannot be prevented from doing something.‘there's no holding you back these days’
- ‘Once they found their rhythm there was no holding them.’
- ‘Barry is back with us again after returning to Aussie for a while to save up to buy a new shirt and doubtlessly you will see him in these reports quite often in the weeks to come - there is no holding him now.’
- ‘when he's determined to get away, there's no holding him.’
- ‘Food nearly consumed, we once again found out that Dave had found the microphone; there is no holding him now.’
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