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house sb.: “keep (the) ,” stay indoors, remain at home Meas. III. ii. 77, Cym. III. iii. 1 “A goodly day not to keep ” ; so Tim. III. iii. 42 “Who cannot keep his wealth must keep his ” (=stay at home and look after it); cf. AYL. IV. iii. 83 “the doth keep itself,” Cym. III. vi. 36 “Poor , that keep'st thyself!” (i.e. that is empty).
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