cry up[ krahy ]SEE DEFINITION OF cry up
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There has been a great deal of talk about London of late; it's the fashion to cry up London.
No more was necessary to cry up the miracle, and convert all the family.
The crowd took the cry up and stamped its feet and cheered wildly.
Mounted on horseback, he ceases not to cry up the Sabine fields and air.
"Some train," we cry up at him; he tries not to look pleased, but he is a happy man.
As soon as he is forced to employ freemen, they begin to cry up the blessings of freedom.
I am not one of dat rabble of pretenders what travel apout de world to cry up and magnify dere own praises.
A certain set, for certain reasons, resolve to cry up a certain writer, and the great mass soon join in.
You are right, courtiers, And know it is your duty to cry up All actions of a prince.
All summer long they bid us gather for the fat man, or they cry up the beauties of a Turkish harem.