This page is about the phrasal verb hold forthFORMAL
Meaning: to talk about a topic for a long time, often in a way that other people find boring
- hold forth As Mark held forth on a range of topics, those caught in his circle started to yawn and look at their watches.
- hold forth on sth All through dinner Ruth held forth on her favourite subject - herself.
Stuart likes to hold forth on a range of subjects whenever he can
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Contributor: Matt Errey