Thesaurus / fold up
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Fold up rather loosely, and flat the folds with rolling-pin.
THE STORY OF CRISCOMARION HARRIS NEIL
"Fold up that paper," said he, quickly, putting something into her hands.
WIVES AND DAUGHTERSELIZABETH CLEGHORN GASKELL
For convenience in transportation, these boats are sometimes made with hinges so as to fold up.
They fold up when light is too strong, as in Robinia; it produces the same effect as want of light.
With the majority of his contemporaries, it would only run to the portable kind that fold up.
THE GOLD BATP. G. WODEHOUSE
When they fold up, the ship revolves; the closer together they get, the greater the artificial gravity.
THE BUTTERFLY KISSARTHUR DEKKER SAVAGE
Mrs. Pascoe,—or, according to her own reference, Mrs. Ansello—looked at the clock and began to fold up her knitting.
"PERSONS UNKNOWN"VIRGINIA TRACY
These they fold up and crumple and place one set under their pillows and the other set in a saucer full of water.
BALDER THE BEAUTIFUL, VOL. I.SIR JAMES GEORGE FRAZER
Now, then, give me thy napkin, and let me fold up thy face and eyes.'
THE LAST DAYS OF POMPEIIEDWARD GEORGE BULWER-LYTTON
When he wished to sleep he was instructed how to fold up his clothes and set out his boots; the other boys deriding.
KIMRUDYARD KIPLING

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