inhold (inholds, present participle inholding; past inheld, past participle inheld)

  1. To contain, hold in.
    • 2002, Brian Massumi, A shock to thought: expression after Deleuze and Guattari:
      Sound implicates these obscure tethers, which connect sound to noise, thereby giving sound its sense. The implicated difference inholds an obscure reserve of sense.
  2. To possess inherently, contain in oneself.
    • The light which the sun inholds and casts forth.
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