Thesaurus / pump up

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The simplest thing would be to put in a pumping plant and pump up the river water.

Csar or NothingPo Baroja Baroja

Don't see how they could pump up water enough for that, myself; and if they did, it would all run through at the sides!

Just you wheel it round to the door for me, and pump up the tyres if they want it.

The Simpkins PlotGeorge A. Birmingham

Then Mrs. Lakeman tried to pump up a little dramatic energy.

Margaret VincentSophia Lucy Clifford

Government's response to these recessions was to pump up the money supply and increase spending.

A little water had worked the miracle, and this a faithful wind-mill continued to pump up, from time to time as needed.

Across AmericaJames F. Rusling

I must pump up something, being committed like an ass to that subject, but devil a thing will come.

James Frederick FerrierElizabeth Sanderson Haldane

But the crisis had come on too quickly, and there was no time to pump up bravery from the deep well of history.

The Book of the BushGeorge Dunderdale

To extract the crystal is not so cheap as to let the water do the mining, then to pump up the solution, and evaporate it.

I could not pump up much admiration for this washstand; I was feeling too wet.

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