follow up[ fol-oh-uhp ]SEE DEFINITION OF follow up
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FOLLOW UP
Money was needful to extricate him from this drudgery and let him follow up his aspirations.
He had expected a note from Lady St. Craye to follow up his dinner with her.
Mrs. Castleton had discretion enough not to follow up her victory.
On the Belgian side no attempt was made to follow up the advantage.
Nor did the Austrians then attempt to follow up this first success.
Was it worth while to follow up the idea of starting a cotton market?
Unfortunately the Persian general Behman did not follow up this advantage.
I have but opened to you paths, which you, if you are so minded, can follow up for yourselves.
Roux continued for many years to follow up this line of work.
It was now plain why they determined to follow up our party.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR FOLLOW UP
- bring an action
- claim damages
- drag into court
- enter a plea
- file a claim
- file suit
- follow up
- haul into court
- have the law on
- have up
- institute legal proceedings
- prefer charges against
- pull up
- put away
- see in court
- take out after
- take to court