Keeping-room



noun, Older Use.
1.
(def 11).

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  • Keeping up with the joneses

    Striving to achieve or own as much as the people around you: “If you want to keep up with the Joneses in this neighborhood, you will have to own at least three cars.” see: keep up , def. 1.

  • Keep in the dark

    see: in the dark , def. 2.



  • Keep it down to a dull roar

    verb phrase To be quiet, or quieter: How about keeping the noise level down to a dull roar?/ Earl thrives on controversy, and we’re trying so hard to go the other way or, at least, keep it to a loud roar (1940s+)

  • Keep in touch

    see: in touch



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