to remain or cause to remain below (a surface)
(tr, adverb) to cause to remain unconscious
(tr, adverb) to hold in submission
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dismay, discourage, slow, dampen, dispirit, sadden, disturb, bother, upset, afflict, reduce, lower, dishearten, damp, daunt, trouble, sap, dull, weaken, desolate
- keep the wolf from the door,
- keep time,
- keep to,
- keep to oneself,
- keep track,
- keep under one's hat,
- keep under wraps,
- keep up,
- keep watch,
- keep your . . .
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