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Joints that hold bones firmly together are called: (A) hinge joints. (B) ball and socket joints. (C) fixed joints. (D) pivot joints.
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User: Joints that hold bones firmly together are called: (A) hinge joints. (B) ball and socket joints. (C) fixed joints. (D) pivot joints.

Weegy: Synovial joints have ligaments which hold the bones together. Hope this helps.
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Joints that hold bones firmly together are called FIXED JOINTS.
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