Our government has certainly not measured up to expectations.
To be frank, it had not measured up to her idea of a holiday.
Not that I have measured up to all that He placed before me on that day.
Evidently we measured up to his requirements, which we took to be no mean compliment.
In this I hope I measured up to the established standard of the typical Westerner.
He had measured up his man, and believed that he could drive a bargain with him.
In these they worked beside white men, and, where they measured up to the efficiency of the latter, they received the same pay.
In this tragic hour Louis Tikas measured up to the supreme stature of his noble manhood.
We believe prophecies, not because history has measured up to them, but we believe them because they are the inerrant Word of God.
But it measured up to Hunt's boast: the chef of the Ritz, limited to so simple a menu, could indeed have done no better.