keep company

[ kuhm-puh-nee ]SEE DEFINITION OF keep company

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Right, Davy,—always right,—them's the men to keep company with!

It was not fair to keep company with a man you did not intend to marry.

The young woman I keep company with,” said I, “pray what do you mean?

I don't want to leave you—but it's my duty to keep company with her.

The young woman I keep company with,” said I; “pray what do you mean?

Do not “keep company” with covetous persons and extortioners.

I'll keep company with Ulick—with Mr. Invern as much as I please.

Get a girl to keep company with you, and then turn your back on her!

They are from my mother, miss, and my—the young woman I keep company with.

A second victim soon tumbles in to keep company with the first.

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