keep (v.) Old form(s): keepe , keepes , keepst
lodge, live, dwell
1H4 I.iii.241[Hotspur to Northumberland and Worcester, of Berkeley Castle] where the madcap Duke his uncle kept
1H6 III.i.47[Gloucester to Winchester] as an outlaw in a castle keeps
2H6 III.i.335[York alone] Let pale-faced fear keep with the mean-born man
3H6 IV.iii.14[Third Watchman to all, of Edward] he himself keeps in the cold field
Ham II.i.8[Polonius to Reynaldo, of the Danes in Paris] where they keep
LLL IV.i.99[Boyet to Princess] This Armado is a Spaniard that keeps here in court
MM III.i.10[disguised Duke to Claudio] this habitation where thou keep'st
MM V.i.16[Duke to Angelo] outward courtesies would fain proclaim / Favours that keep within
MV III.iii.19.1[Solanio to Antonio, of Shylock] It is the most impenetrable cur / That ever kept with men
Per II.i.131[Pericles to Fisherman, of his armour] It kept where I kept
TC II.i.117[Thersites to all] I will keep where there is wit stirring
TC IV.v.278[Troilus to Ulysses] In what place of the field doth Calchas keep?
TG V.iv.153[Valentine to Duke, of the Outlaws] These banished men, that I have kept withal
Ven.687[Venus to Adonis, of the hunted hare] Sometime he runs ... where earth-delving conies keep
WT III.iii.12.1[Mariner to Antigonus] this place is famous for the creatures / Of prey that keep upon't