hold good

[hold good] {v.} 1. To continue to be good; last.

The coupon onthe cereal box offered a free toy, but the offer held good only tillthe end of the year.

Attendance at the basketball games held goodall winter.

2. To continue; endure: last.

The demand for newhouses held good all that year.

The agreement between the schoolsheld good for three years.

See: HOLD TRUE.