'Do you still keep bad company
?' he wonders, before the song is interrupted by what sounds like the hustle and bustle of a busy bar or restaurant.
All that said, eggs are known to keep bad company
-with butter, bacon, hash browns, etc.
This volume will be greatly appreciated by people who like words that keep bad company
, and it's an excellent addition to reference collections of libraries whose budgets don't allow purchase of the two-volume version.
She doesn't keep bad company
and she comes home when we tell her.
In my experience, women do this by kissing men they would normally refuse to buy a copy of The Big Issue from, or by urinating in the street then laughing (although I do tend to keep bad company
so that might not apply across the board).
If you have players who keep bad company
and make provocative gestures to rival supporters during explosive matches, then it's going to be reported.