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To keep one’s own counsel


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To keep one’s own counsel means to keep a discreet silence.

Sample Usage

1. The two cousins decided that their friends were not sensible enough to keep their own counsel and were more likely to blab about their plans to their parents.

2. The professor admonished the students that it was not always wise to keep their own counsel if they were aware of the ragging incident.


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