Sentence for keep | Use keep in a sentence

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  • But keep firm. (22)
  • Keep him hankering? (8)
  • Keep the sensytion. (8)
  • No key; so, keep in. (10)
  • I must keep this note. (8)
  • Well, just keep quiet. (9)
  • I prefer to keep my room. (8)
  • It would keep my hand in. (9)
  • But let her keep her place. (10)
  • How could I keep it from him? (9)
  • I was wrong to keep on talking. (9)
  • Keep perfectly calm and collected. (9)
  • Why did it keep trying to move me? (10)
  • And what sort of table do they keep? (4)
  • Do you really want to keep it from him? (8)
  • They ought to keep the estate together. (8)
  • Well, everybody tries to keep him down. (8)
  • Keep upright while I am speaking to you! (10)
  • I gave her a shilling to keep her from it. (10)
  • He was unable, however, to long keep silence. (8)
  • And, above all, keep Mr. Bennet from fighting. (4)
  • Go and fetch Poulder while I keep an eye on it. (8)
  • I keep my pistols for bandits and law-breakers. (10)
  • But I was determined to keep calm, whatever I did. (9)
  • There are flowers we cannot keep growing in pots. (10)
  • Antonia, too, seemed to keep her eyes away from him. (8)
  • It is a more blessed thing to keep the Commandments. (10)
  • Whatever happens you must keep that out of the papers. (8)
  • If he wants to keep his place he must marry her at once. (8)
  • He was forced to keep them at a distance; they forced him. (9)
  • I hope I can keep my temper under ordinary circumstances. (10)
  • She had work enough to keep her smile in the right place. (10)
  • You will keep me informed whether the school has vacancies. (10)
  • Each of these, he knew, had his struggle to keep self-respect! (8)
  • I asked you when I was leaving India, how long I was to keep it by me. (22)
  • The minister has his way well defined; he must keep in it or leave the profession. (16)
  • He gives the feeling that he has always had to spurt to keep pace with his own life.] (8)
  • Jackson was able to keep the newspapers away from Helen, and she asked no questions. (13)
  • I keep thinking what the end of it is to be; and reproaching myself for doing nothing. (8)
  • She cut at herself mercilessly, and had to bandage the wound in a hurry to keep in life. (10)
  • With demagogues abroad and daughters at home, philosophy is needed for us to keep erect. (10)
  • Soldiers and sailors have their excitement to keep them up to the mark; praise and rewards. (10)
  • Would she not say a word to him before he got out of the room, would she not try and keep him? (8)
  • Arnold simply needed close watching and a small bait of gold now and then to keep him working. (18)
  • But surely it is not as Christians but rather as gentlemen that we keep ourselves to ourselves. (8)
  • She would have rejected hope to keep patience nigh her; but surely it can not always be Winter! (10)
  • Her eyes could not keep still under their lashes, and their light and colour changed continually. (8)
  • She beckoned to Cornelia, whose North Pole armour was doing its best to keep down a thumping heart. (10)
  • I forego my intention to keep it on my body to explain the manner of my death, which is not important. (1)
  • The only way for them is to keep up an unbroken intimacy with the wolf; then they can manage him somehow. (9)
  • She now always came down to keep her father company, as she said, and she did her best to cheer and comfort him. (9)
  • Old letters are the dreariest ghosts in the world, and you cannot keep more treacherous rubbish in your possession. (22)
  • A wise man will not squander his laughter if he can help it, but will keep the agitation of it down as long as he may. (10)
  • I went to see about her and she motioned me away, and fairly screamed when I told her she ought to keep out in the air. (9)
  • Mrs. Arnold while dancing with her partner, Colonel Hamilton, could not keep her eyes from Roderick Barclugh and Mollie. (18)
  • So the ladies had to keep down their anxious minds and allow him to stand in wet clothing to eat his cold pie and salad. (10)
  • Mrs. March felt that all this was weakening her moral fibre; but she tried to draw the line at letting Burnamy keep the group. (9)
  • Here I was interrupted, by seeing my poor Sister fall down to appearance Lifeless upon one of the Chests, where we keep our Table linen. (4)
  • His mother had followed their quick parley with eager looks, as if she were trying to keep her intelligence to its work concerning them. (9)
  • And having entered three amounts, and set a ruler to keep his place, he turned towards Jolyon, biting the side of his flat forefinger…. (8)
  • Carefully edited newspapers discriminate between what the public is entitled to know and what an individual has a right to keep private. (16)
  • But even the histrionic touch which she could not keep out of her voice, her manner, another sort of man might have found merely pathetic. (9)

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