keep in line

  1. maintain influence over (others or oneself) skillfully, usually to one's advantage
    She manipulates her boss
    The teacher knew how to keep the class in line
    she keeps in line
    She is a very controlling mother and doesn't let her children grow up
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How To Use keep in line In A Sentence

  • Keep in line and steer to the light for anchorage.
  • Psychological counseling does not keep in line with the development of moral education in university although it is now introduced into moral education step by step.
  • To a contrary effect, the press has grown far more enterprising as it has become much more difficult to keep in line.
  • FRANK, vice president of HOMEDEPOT said that except for dimensions, specifications and shapes, the water absorption of ceramic tile should also keep in line with overseas architecture and design.
  • Elevation of outdoor terrace: keep in line with the peripheral roads and sidewalk.
  • Li Nan led the team to keep in line with the creation of opportunities for teammates, Moco , and Chandler hit successive one-third.
  • They said that, for the second year running, Mr McCreevy did not adjust tax bands to keep in line with inflation.
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