What is the past tense of keep out of?

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The past tense of keep out of is kept out of.

The third-person singular simple present indicative form of keep out of is keeps out of.

The present participle of keep out of is keeping out of.

The past participle of keep out of is kept out of.

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We learn that it must be wrapped in linen and kept out of the wind, in a place neither too hot nor too cold, ne damnum inferatur Patienti.
These include fitting an alarm, making sure deadlocks are fitted to outside doors and making sure valuables are kept out of view.
He was hospitalised, endured numerous operations, was confined to a wheelchair for many months and kept out of school for a year.
Parties that, however imperfectly, represent the younger generation are still kept out of the race.
He was also kept out of the sport for some of 2001 by viral gastro-enteritis.
Babies should be kept out of the sun since at under 12 months their skin is too sensitive for the chemicals suncream contains.

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