lock up[ lok ]SEE DEFINITION OF lock up
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Lady Mary said it was bed-time and the servants wanted to lock up.
We finished, I to pocket, the Prince to lock up, the papers.
"I'll be back to lock up, Cap'n Sears," called Asaph, reassuringly.
There, now, I perceive the fellow is about to lock up for the night, and I must leave this.
I have sent home all the clerks, and was just about to lock up for the night.
"I've a good mind to lock up," remarked Dan, as he reached the dooryard.
"We'll use it for our jail to lock up the bad ones in," jested Dick.
But I'm supposed to stay 'ere till eleven-thirty and lock up!
Light thought it as well to lock up the Elements and Things.
If it were not, the form would not lock up, or fit together.