Keep and Starts


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Keep verb – To mark with an appropriate practice, rite, or ceremony.
Starts is an antonym for keep.
Nearby Words: keeping, keeper
Antonyms for Keep


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Keep is an antonym for starts in begin topic.
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  • Pinball / James Bond 007 Instead, the game is time-based; the player starts off with 50 "Time Units" (seconds), and can keep playing so long as they have time remaining.
  • Series / Eurovision Song Contest Each country who participates starts with 12 points already instead of 0 in the voting, just to keep the kids happy.
  • Once Kouta, the series protagonist, starts unknowingly hindering his plans to keep everyone he cares about safe, he slowly starts to lose it and the situation gets even worse when his friends find out the truth and side with Kouta instead of him.
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