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    grammatical enquiry

    What is the correct alternative:
    1) It still holds good.
    2) It still holds well.

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    Re: grammatical enquiry

    If you mean that an argument is valid, "It still holds good"; if you mean something that has been glued is holding, "It still holds well".

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