keep

Noun
  • The financial means whereby one lives (synset 113386459)
  • The main tower within the walls of a medieval castle or fortress (synset 103615311)
  • A cell in a jail or prison (synset 103530432)
Verb
  • Cause to continue in a certain state, position, or activity
    E.g., `keep clean' (synset 202687605)
  • Continue a certain state, condition, or activity (synset 202690747)
  • Retain possession of (synset 202207166)
  • Stop (someone or something) from doing something or being in a certain state (synset 202455370)
  • Conform one's action or practice to (synset 202584957)
  • Stick to correctly or closely (synset 200734575)
  • Look after
    Be the keeper of
    Have charge of (synset 202207710)
  • Maintain by writing regular records (synset 201067899)
  • Supply with room and board (synset 202657948)
  • Allow to remain in a place or position or maintain a property or feature (synset 202415305)
  • Supply with necessities and support (synset 201187158)
  • Fail to spoil or rot (synset 202740675)
  • Behave as expected during of holidays or rites (synset 202584595)
  • Maintain in safety from injury, harm, or danger (synset 202738997)
  • Raise (synset 202658111)
  • Retain rights to (synset 202288561)
  • Store or keep customarily (synset 202208876)
  • Have as a supply (synset 202208626)
  • Maintain for use and service (synset 202207950)
  • Hold and prevent from leaving (synset 201304679)
  • Prevent the action or expression of (synset 200233707)
  • Prevent (food) from rotting (synset 200212840)

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