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holds him higher!
When he knew what his son has done, he holds him higher.
what does "holds him higher" mean?
Re: holds him higher!
The sentence doesn't make a lot of sense. My best guess is that it should read something like "he holds him in higher regard". This would mean that he has a better opinion of him than he had before.
Originally Posted by tasneemspring
There is a tense problem in the sentence though. It should either be:
When he knew what his son had done, he held him.......
Now that he knows what his son has done, he holds him....
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