What is the past tense of hold out for?

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The past tense of hold out for is held out for.

The third-person singular simple present indicative form of hold out for is holds out for.

The present participle of hold out for is holding out for.

The past participle of hold out for is held out for.

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The conquest of the mainland was speedily effected, though gata, Reggio and the rock of Scylla held out for some months.
He knelt down and pulled a handful of kibble out of his pocket, which he held out for Ginger.
The home side held out for a 22-17 win, but after leading 12-3 at the break, they almost threw it away.
The Taborites had for some time been besieging Pilsen, a city which held out for Sigismund.
From 4 August 1900, they defiantly held out for 13 days until finally relieved.
I step off the ice, and skate a victory lap around the rink, and grab the American flag that one of the fans held out for me.

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