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To stand to one's guns


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To stand to one's guns means to maintain one’s opinion.

Sample Usage

1. Although a few members of the audience booed her speech, Vijay stood to his guns.

2. Despite the opposition party's claims of corruption, the ruling party stood to its guns and supported the decision of their party leader to not evict the so-called corrupt member from the party ranks.


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