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“Then all of a sudden those doors started opening up more,” he says.

If anything, what polygamy does flow from is a general opening up of options.

Sure, opening up the patents would be inviting more competition.

Democrats are also wary of opening up the HIPAA law, fearing unintended negative consequences.

I thought it was a beautiful, weird opening up for Don—to have this conversation with a stranger.

Both signified his death, and the opening up thereby of a way of access to God.

The coming of the Romans led to the opening up of new roads, and caused the building of walls of defence against predatory tribes.

With the opening up of the spring came increased movement and activity among the troops.

A large market for this fruit is opening up in the rapidly growing provinces of Alberta and Saskatchewan.

May the bounteous Maruts be gracious to us, opening up to us the firm heaven and earth.


On this page you'll find 1036 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to open up, such as: advance, expedite, further, hasten, quicken, and spur.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.