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Keep your Breath to Cool your Porridge

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Look after your own affairs, and do not put your spoke in another person’s wheel. Husband your strength to keep your own state safe and well, and do not waste it on matters in which you have really no concern. Donʹt scold or rail at me, but look at home.

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Entry taken from Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, edited by the Rev. E. Cobham Brewer, LL.D. and revised in 1895.

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Keep House (To)
Keep Touch
Keep Up (To)
Keep at Arm’s Length (To)
Keep Body and Soul Together (To)
Keep Company with (To)
Keep Good Hours (To)
Keep it Dark
Keep One’s Countenance (To)
Keep One’s Own Counsel (To)
Keep your Breath to Cool your Porridge
Keep your Powder Dry
Keepers
Kehama
Kelpie or Kelpy
Kelso Convoy (A)
Kema
Kempfer-Hausen
Kempis
Ken or Kiun
Kendal Green