Home Job Hunting Reading
English The Easy Way

Get it on Google Play

English Idioms

Hold A Grudge

Hold A Grudge - to hold anger toward someone; to be angery for an extended period of time

  • I do not want to hold a grudge toward anyone. It is not good for me.
  • The girls are holding a grudge, because of something that happened a long long time ago.
  • Do you think the students will hold a grudge against the teacher.
  • It is not good to a hold a grudge. It is bad for your health.
  • My boss has been holding a grudge against his competition for years now.
  • My mother taught us to let things go, and not hold a grudge.

Hands Down

Heart Skips A Beat

Hold A Grudge

Hit The Jackpot

Hands Full

Helping Hand

Have A Lead Foot

Hunker Down

Have A Fit

Have A Lead Foot

Heads Will Roll

Hush Up

Hang On

Hit The Ceiling

Have A Full Plate

High Spirits

Hit Hard

Hard As Nails

Hot Under The Collar

Hands Are Tied

Have A Cow

Horse Around

Have A Ball

Have A Blast

Half Baked

Hard Head

Hand In Hand

Have Not Seen In Ages

Head In The Clouds

Heart Sank

Head Over Heels

Hit The Road

Hit The Roof

Hush Money

Holy Cow

Hang In There

Hit The Books

Hit The Hay

Hot Head

Hold Your Horses

More English Idioms

English Idioms By Subject

English Idioms Beginning With A

English Idioms Beginning With B

English Idioms Beginning With C

English Idioms Beginning With D

English Idioms Beginning With E

English Idioms Beginning With F

English Idioms Beginning With G

English Idioms Beginning With H

English Idioms Beginning With I - J

English Idioms Beginning With K

English Idioms Beginning With L

English Idioms Beginning With M

English Idioms Beginning With N

English Idioms Beginning With O

English Idioms Beginning With P - Q

English Idioms Beginning With R

English Idioms Beginning With S

English Idioms Beginning With T

English Idioms Beginning With U - W - X - Y - Z