keep quiet

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  • Why not keep quiet and say nothing about his change of heart? Cited from The Book of Missionary Heroes, by Basil Mathews
  • The news soon got all over town, it could not be kept quiet. Cited from Ranching, Sport and Travel, by Thomas Carson
  • Then think she not believe it and not mind, and so keep quiet. Cited from Not Pretty, But Precious, and Other Short Stories, by John Hay, et al.
  • The fact was, neither of them could keep quiet about it any longer. Cited from The Extra Day, by Algernon Blackwood
  • Not one would speak further than to tell him to keep quiet. Cited from The Boy Land Boomer, by Ralph Bonehill
  • He stood close to the fire; we sat round him and kept quiet. Cited from Superfluous Man and Others, by Ivan Turgenev
  • But as soon as he had done this he knew he had better keep quiet. Cited from Nero, the Circus Lion, by Richard Barnum
  • He kept quiet for ten minutes, then another attempt was made, and failed. Cited from Wild Nature Won By Kindness, by Elizabeth Brightwen
  • All she had to do was to take it and keep quiet. Cited from The Ear in the Wall, by Arthur B. Reeve
  • Keep quiet, and we shall soon get you on your feet again. Cited from The Lone Ranche, by Captain Mayne Reid
  • But the young girl kept quiet in his presence, and had nothing to say. Cited from Blackfoot Lodge Tales, by George Bird Grinnell
  • If you will keep quiet about it, I can tell you right enough. Cited from Comedies, by Ludvig Holberg
  • He was transferred to another unit and told to keep quiet about his history.
  • Of course there might be other reasons why they must keep quiet. Cited from Tangled Trails, by William MacLeod Raine
  • He must be kept quiet and out of the way for something less than three weeks. Cited from M. or N. "Similia similibus curantur", by G.J. Whyte-Melville
  • He claims that he wanted to keep quiet until he knew the relationship could last.
  • All they asked of them was to keep quiet, and keep quiet they did. Cited from The White Morning, by Gertrude Atherton
  • The incident was to be kept quiet until it could be looked into.
  • The best thing we could do, we felt, was to keep quiet. Cited from Book of Old Ballads, ed. B. Nichols, Complete
  • The child must be kept quiet, and how to do it? Cited from Christian's Mistake, by Dinah Maria Mulock Craik
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