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adjective as in jazzed-up

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(Complete CPAC Coverage) A couple of speakers later, Mike Huckabee revved up the crowd with his just-plain-folks sermonizing.

After the debt-ceiling vote, both parties revved up their public-relations apparatus.

But I think African American voters are pretty revved up, myself.

Now the anti-Islam film has people all revved up against the Americans.

He and I were in the same revved-up early morning running group for several months a few years go.

As his motors revved up to send him hurtling forward the control relays clicked open.

Holding the propeller in neutral, he revved up the powerful electric motor.

Well, between the time you revved up the motorcycle had you heard any more shots?

Mike taxied back fast to the laboratory, turned the plane and revved up, holding on the brakes.

He revved up again and taxied as rapidly as he dared to the houseboat, swung broadside to it, and throttled back.


On this page you'll find 10 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to revved-up, such as: gassed-up, high geared, high performance, high-speed, hopped-up, and pepped-up.

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