To keep in with

Definition of To keep in with

to keep on good terms with; as, to keep in with an opponent.

See also: Keep

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To inform against
To join battle
To jump a claim
To jump at
To jump one's bail
To jump the gun
To keel over
To keep (a person) on a short leash
To keep a stiff upper lip
To keep an eye on
To keep at arm's length
To keep back
To keep company with
To keep counsel
To keep dark
To keep down
To keep from
To keep good hours
To keep house
To keep in the background
-To keep in with-
To keep on
To keep one's distance
To keep one's hand in
To keep one's head above water
To keep one's nose to the grindstone
To keep open house
To keep pace with
To keep quarter
To keep school
To keep shady
To keep stroke
To keep term
To keep the countenance
To keep the field
To keep the foot
To keep the land aboard
To keep the peace
To keep the pot boiling
To keep the wolf from the door
To keep to
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