Antonyms for puts up

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He puts up his nose and smells my face all over in what he means for a caress, and is off.

But when a sensible person has got something at stake, she puts up with things.

She puts up suddenly her face-à-main and looks towards the end wall.

But he puts up his hands to his eyes, or he is merely hammering on something.

When Gil puts up a holler, you know he thinks it's a good one.

She puts up her hand and hides a triumphant little smile with it.

"Well, she can afford it as long as he puts up for it," returned Hurstwood.

She puts up with her naughty children as every good mother does.

Honestly, I don't know how a fellow with a head like his puts up with me.

"Our Cicero puts up with that, and asks no questions about the capital," says Cicero, ironically.