The hall was put up in 1446, and is therefore in the Perpendicular style.
Those content to put up with the worst may exist upon the half.
Oh, well, what's good enough for the President I can put up with for a couple of days.
She's a mighty good three-year-old to put up a race like that.
They've put up Redpath, an' that beats me, too, for I think he's straight.
At the rate the rigs are rolling in, it'll take us all to put up the teams.
All kinds o' games had been put up on him and he beat 'em all.
He put up his horse, and walked through the lane to Simon's.
That's a disappointment to me, but I'll put up with it for the sake of his accomplishments and his looks.
Well, I guess we can put up with some fried pork an' apples.