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Spell check of keeping

Correct spelling: keeping

Synonyms:
order, clasping, congruence, guardianship, preservation, grappling, consistency, grasping, embracing, retentivity, retentiveness, property, belongings, withholding, safekeeping, ward, estate, retaining, shape, recalling, revoking, care for, conformation, trim, custodianship, nick, obedience, suppressing, saving, charge, memory, custody, trust, agree, retracting, conformance, conformity, adhering, alike, conserving, gripping, kilter, agreement, harmony, preserving, supervision, retention, care, congruity, health, fettle, uniformity, recanting, correspondence, repair, abidance, observation, adherence, accordance, compliance, harmonization, reserving, superintendence, maintaining, protection, chime, control, hands, having, balance, enjoyment, seizing, form, tutelage, holding, clutching, withdrawing.

Antonyms:
disorder, nonobservance, infringement, neglect, contravention, ignoring, rebellion, infraction, surrendering, disrepair, dispossession, brush-off, offense, wrong, breach, delinquency, disregard, overlooking, defiance, violation, sin, transferal, dereliction, trespass, flouting, transgression, relinquishment, forgetting, challenge.

Examples of usage:

1) Charlotte could never be quite certain of her reasons for keeping silence to her husband on the subject. - "The Locusts' Years", Mary Helen Fee.

2) He rode here and there, quietly keeping his own cattle well down toward the river. - "Lonesome Land", B. M. Bower.

3) " Ah," Violet remarked, " you have told me a good deal at one time or another about your life and friends there, but I almost fancied now and then that you were keeping something back. - "The Greater Power", Harold Bindloss W. Herbert Dunton.

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