Keep and Snitch

Keep

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Keep verb – To mark with an appropriate practice, rite, or ceremony.
Snitch and keep are semantically related In some cases you can use "Snitch" instead a verb "Keep".
Nearby Words: keeping, keeper
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Snitch

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Snitch verb – To give information (as to the authorities) about another's improper or unlawful activities.
Keep and snitch are semantically related in steal topic. Sometimes you can use "Keep" instead a verb "Snitch".
Nearby Words: snitched, snitching
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  • However, Shouko is Mifune's Unrequited Tragic Maiden and decides to keep this a secret... but commits the huge mistake of actually telling Mifune that she knew the truth, but wouldn't snitch.
    Source: Secret Keeper
  • When he's unable to keep the 13-year old Randy out of a group home after he's been outed as a snitch, he completes loses it as he knows the kid's life is ruined.
  • Film / Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets In the film, Harry spots it and chases after it, but Malfoy manages to keep up, turning it into a race - through a tight series of wooden beams at high speeds, at that - before the arm breaking and snitch catching occurs.
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