Scrabble word: KEEP
In which Scrabble dictionary does KEEP exist?
Definitions of KEEP in dictionaries:
- noun - the financial means whereby one lives
- noun - the main tower within the walls of a medieval castle or fortress
- noun - a cell in a jail or prison
- verb - keep in a certain state, position, or activity
- verb - continue a certain state, condition, or activity
- verb - retain possession of
- verb - stop (someone or something) from doing something or being in a certain state
- verb - conform one's action or practice to
- verb - stick to correctly or closely
- verb - look after
- verb - maintain by writing regular records
- verb - supply with room and board
- verb - allow to remain in a place or position or maintain a property or feature
- verb - supply with necessities and support
- verb - fail to spoil or rot
- verb - behave as expected during of holidays or rites
- verb - keep under control
- verb - maintain in safety from injury, harm, or danger
- verb - raise
- verb - retain rights to
- verb - store or keep customarily
- verb - have as a supply
- verb - maintain for use and service
- verb - hold and prevent from leaving
- verb - prevent (food) from rotting
- To retain possession of: kept the change; must keep your equanimity.
- To have as a supply: keep a cord of wood in the shed.
- To provide (a family, for example) with maintenance and support: “There’s little to earn and many to keep” (Charles Kingsley).
- To put customarily; store: Where do you keep your saw? 5.
- To supply with room and board for a charge: keep boarders.
- To raise: keep chickens.
- To maintain for use or service: a city dweller who didn’t keep a car.
- To manage, tend, or have charge of: Keep the shop while I’m away.
- To preserve (food).
- To cause to continue in a state, condition, or course of action: attempted to keep the patient calm.
- To maintain records in: keep a yearly diary.
- To enter (data) in a book: keep financial records.
- To detain: was kept after school.
- To restrain: kept the child away from the hot stove; kept the crowd back with barriers.
- To prevent or deter: tried to keep the ice from melting.
- To refrain from divulging: keep a secret.
- To save; reserve: keep extra money for emergencies.
- To maintain: keep late hours.
- To adhere to; fulfill: keep one’s word; keep a busy schedule.
- To celebrate; observe.
- To remain in a state or condition; stay: keep in line; keep quiet; kept well.
- To continue to do: keep on talking; keep guessing.
- To remain fresh or unspoiled: The dessert won’t keep.
- Care; charge: The child is in my keep for the day.
- The means by which one is supported: earn one’s keep.
- The stronghold of a castle.
- A jail.
- To maintain in good condition: kept up the property.
- To persevere in; carry on: We asked her to stop talking, but she kept up.
- To continue at the same level or pace.
- To match one’s competitors, colleagues, or neighbors in success or lifestyle: unsuccessfully tried to keep up with his associates.
- For an indefinitely long period: gave the ring to me for keeps.
- To stay out of trouble.
- To indicate the correct time.
- To maintain the tempo or rhythm.
- To shun the company of others: She kept to herself all morning.
- These verbs mean to have and maintain in one’s possession or control.
- adj - to continue to possess [v KEPT, KEEPING, KEEPS] : KEEPABLE
There are 4 letters in KEEP: E E K P
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