keep[ keep ]SEE DEFINITION OF keep
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR KEEP
Our hero, though strong-armed, had hard work to keep up with him.
When he finished, he said, "Now tell me where you keep your vegetables, Uncle Paul?"
Being under his care, it was his duty to keep it in good condition.
He had entered into the path of dishonesty, and he was forced to keep on in it.
I could keep only the effect of its expression and the few tones of your voice I heard.
I'll feel safe enough about my money as long as you keep your health.
It is on Mr. Haley's account that I prefer to keep it secret.
Unless you do as I bid you, I will keep you in irons for the rest of the voyage!
Besides, it was not very substantial, and failed to keep up their wonted strength.
The struggle to keep alive during the cold period was terrible.