With every movement we make, a portion of this fuel is burned up in our muscles.
Happen most of it is burned up, though—but that's no fault of Robin's.
Then he relaid the fire, and, when he lighted it, it burned up quickly.
Do you know how the man came to be burned up in the calaboose?'
"Better be burned up, than butchered by the redskins," said he, at last.
The fish-house got afire, and burned up; and that was the last we saw of the gold.
The files were burned up, the presses destroyed; the Cowboy was a memory.
He'd be dead anyway, as the ship plunged into the atmosphere and burned up.
It wasn't until afterward that she learned they'd been burned up with the house.
The flames, as they burned up, showed us the wild character of the place we were in.