Definition of 'keep from'
Example sentences containing 'keep from'
She was unable to keep from covering her mouth with her hand or to hide at all what she felt at the sight.DANSVILLE
Rounding the corners she had to hold on to the door beside her to keep from being flung against him.DANSVILLE DEATH OF A NYMPH
Definition of keep from from the Collins English Dictionary
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