Word:

holdover

n.1.Any person or thing remaining from a previous period of use, tenure, etc;
Noun1.holdover - an official who remains in office after his term
Synonyms: hangover
2.holdover - something that has survived from the past; "a holdover from the sixties"; "hangovers from the 19th century"
Synonyms: hangover
afterglow, afterimage, balance, butt, butt end, candle ends, chaff, debris, detritus, end, fag end, filings, fossil, husks, incumbent, ins, jack-in-office, lame duck, leavings, leftovers, new broom, odds and ends, office-bearer, officeholder, offscourings, orts, parings, president-elect, public official, public servant, rags, refuse, relics, remainder, remains, remnant, residue, residuum, rest, roach, rubbish, ruins, rump, sawdust, scourings, scraps, shadow, shavings, straw, stubble, stump, survival, sweepings, trace, vestige, waste
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Hold up
hold water
hold-down
holdall
Holdback
Holder
Holder-forth
Holdfast
Holding
holding cell
holding company
holding device
Holding note
Holding over
holding pattern
holdout
-- holdover --
Holdup
holdup man
Hole
Hole and corner
Hole board
hole card
Hole in the air
hole in the ground
hole model
hole out
hole up
hole-and-corner
hole-in-corner
hole-in-the-wall
Holethnic
Holethnos
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