keep out[ keep ]SEE DEFINITION OF keep out
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And Molly Abrahamson used to warn him to keep out of her father's way.
You are to keep out of his way, he says, and he will not seek to put himself in yours.
It cannot keep out the arrow of the cock's cry, and the heart that pierces is no shadow.
Little Katie put her hands over her ears to keep out the sound.
Lonesomeness was the very thing he had tried to keep out of that letter.
How he can do it and keep out of jale, my saving soul, I don't know.
Glenfaba may be dull, but you do well to keep out of the whirlpool of London for the present.
Did he think, however, she wondered, that he could keep out of it to the end?
Well have to keep out the press and television men, anyway, because of your health.
Be very careful to keep out of the cells anything that does not belong there.