Sometimes, when I have had less exercise than usual, I have felt so full of life and spring that when John has taken me out to exercise I really could not keep quiet
; do what I would, it seemed as if I must jump, or dance, or prance, and many a good shake I know I must have given him, especially at the first; but he was always good and patient.
If they hear any groaning or uproar as of men fighting about the house, they must not come out; they must keep quiet
, and stay where they are at their work.
"Lie down and keep quiet
," whispered the cat, warningly.
- keep quiet
! - keep quiet
!" -though the latter had not made a move since his first prohibition.
Of course, he meant the chief mate to keep quiet
- to lay up, as a matter of fact.
But I daresay that when she gets there she will he glad enough to keep quiet
, as they say that the heat is intense.
"It means you must keep quiet
!" replied the boy, provoked at being interrupted at so important a moment.
At first I was tempted to send her a reminder, after which I relinquished the idea (against my judgment as to what was right in the particular case), on the general ground of wishing to keep quiet
. If Miss Bordereau suspected me of ulterior aims she would suspect me less if I should be businesslike, and yet I consented not to be so.
Van Baerle, more afraid for his companion than himself, threw himself back into the carriage, but he could only keep quiet
for half a minute, and the first twenty horsemen had scarcely passed when he again leaned out of the carriage window, gesticulating imploringly towards the Stadtholder at the very moment when he passed.
"The great thing's to keep quiet
before a race," said he; "don't get out of temper or upset about anything."
Since no one else knew of the broken taboo, he could afford to keep quiet
. So he ordered Lamai forthright down to live in the youths' canoe house, there to begin his novitiate in the long series of tasks, tests and ceremonies that would graduate him into the bachelors' canoe house and half way along toward being a recognized man.
Honeychurch, with the air of one who has considered the subject, "I shall not keep quiet
. You know all that has passed between them in Rome; you know why he is down here, and yet you deliberately insult him, and try to turn him out of my house."