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Synonyms for keep

remain

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continue

hold on to

stay fresh

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  • stay fresh
  • be suitable
  • be safe to eat
  • remain flavoursome

associate with

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  • associate with
  • mix with
  • mingle with
  • hang out with
  • hang with
  • be friends with
  • consort with
  • run around with
  • hobnob with
  • socialize with
  • hang about with
  • fraternize with

for keeps

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keep at it

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keep away

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keep off something

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keep on about something

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  • go on about
  • go on and on about
  • ramble on about
  • rant on about
  • talk constantly about

keep on at someone

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keep someone down

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keep something back: suppress

keep something back: restrain

keep something from someone

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  • hide something
  • keep someone in the dark
  • conceal something
  • mask something
  • keep something secret
  • obscure something

keep something up: continue

keep something up: maintain

Synonyms for keep

to have and maintain in one's possession

to have for sale

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to supply with the necessities of life

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to have or put in a customary place

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to remain fresh and unspoiled

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to persevere in some condition, action, or belief

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to hold oneself back

to carry out the functions, requirements, or terms of

to mark (a day or an event) with ceremonies of respect, festivity, or rejoicing

keep back: to have and maintain in one's possession

keep off: to turn or drive away

keep on: to continue without halting despite difficulties or setbacks

keep out: to keep from being admitted, included, or considered

keep up: to keep in a condition of good repair, efficiency, or use

Synonyms for keep

the main tower within the walls of a medieval castle or fortress

a cell in a jail or prison

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continue a certain state, condition, or activity

stop (someone or something) from doing something or being in a certain state

conform one's action or practice to

stick to correctly or closely

maintain by writing regular records

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supply with room and board

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allow to remain in a place or position or maintain a property or feature

supply with necessities and support

fail to spoil or rot

behave as expected during of holidays or rites

maintain in safety from injury, harm, or danger

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raise

retain rights to

store or keep customarily

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have as a supply

maintain for use and service

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hold and prevent from leaving

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We say: KEEP - with conditions Billing was the Players' Player of the Year for a reason - he was comfortably Town's best player over the first third or so of the season.
"One of the nation's most effective grassroots community resources is local affiliates, which engage millions of Americans in volunteer service each year," said Keep America Beautiful President and CEO Helen Lowman.
Bows on clips to keep your hair up, visors both floppy and firm to keep the sun from your eyes, and Bluetooth speakers to keep the party going.
Keep the Promise to Veterans was officially formed Thursday, according to records with the Federal Election Commission.
Meanwhile goalkeeper Costel Pantilimon topped the keep votes.
Fans voted in favour of keeping all six, with Duncan Watmore's 91.7% keep vote making him the most popular while Mikael Mandron's 52.6% swing in favour of not selling him made him the least popular reserve player.
(http://venturebeat.com/2014/11/17/google-keep-now-lets-you-share-lists-with-friends-and-family-filter-notes-by-attributes/) VentureBeat explains the arrival of note sharing on Keep by highlighting an example from Google on creating and sharing a grocery list with friends or family members.
The original Keep Arkansas Beautiful Commission established by Governor's Executive Order and certified as state affiliate of Keep America Beautiful
The Keep Well this Winter campaign has produced the checklist to give older people in North Wales advice on staying well, safe and warm over the winter.
Pick the leaves regularly to add to Italian dishes and sow some more in a few weeks to keep the supply up.
If you've grown mint or parsley outdoors in summer, cut off a clump of it, complete with roots, and plant into a container of compost and keep it on a sunny windowsill to keep the plant going.
5 : to continue to have in possession or power <Did you keep the money you found?>
To keep from falling off the cycle, Holm has to pay close attention to his center of gravity--the spot where most of the mass of his body is concentrated.
You must keep your shelter and the equipment in it cool!
Recyclers also need to keep in mind how versatile they need their material handling equipment to be.