keep (one's) hands to (oneself)(redirected from keeps her hands to herself)
keep (one's) hands to (oneself)
To refrain from touching someone or something. (Usually said imperatively.) OK, children, the things in this museum are very fragile, so keep your hands to yourselves! I kept telling Susie to keep her hands to herself, but she just couldn't resist pulling her sister's ponytail.
keep one's hands to (oneself)
Fig. to refrain from touching anything or anyone; to refrain from punching or poking someone. Won't you keep your hands to yourself? Keep your hands to yourself while we are in the toy store. I want you boys to stop fighting and keep your hands to yourselves.
Keep your hands to yourself
1. sent. Do not touch things that are not yours.; Do not touch breakable things. (Said to a child.) You can look, but don’t touch. Keep your hands to yourself.
2. sent. Don’t poke or hit other children. (Said to a child.) Jimmy! Leave him alone and keep your hands to yourself.
3. sent. No intimate caressing is allowed. (Said to an adult, usually a male.) Just keep your hands to yourself or take me home.