keep for


Also found in: Idioms.
See: hold, possess
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We say: KEEP For some reason, people in the Examiner office kept forgetting Pritchard on our quiz of Town players to appear in the Premier League.
The Horror Writers Association's nominated two of her novels for Bram Stoker Awards: The Between for Superior Achievement in a First Novel and My Soul to Keep for the best novel award.
Ripe guavas will keep for only a day or two, but the pulp can be frozen.