Couldn't you scare up some bread and butter for me from that tea?
Yes, mamma, and let us take Julio to scare up some partridges.
So scare up all the cards you can, and bring out your army of scissors.
I have to go round there every day and scare up news, he said.
How would it be to scare up a hunt to-morrow, and get a lot of these chaps to help?
We'll scare up a conductor here somewhere; if we can't, I'll be your conductor.
Nance, I have some biscuit and fudge in my grip, if you could scare up some tea.
Christmas Eve and all, it does really appear as if they might scare up a cow.
Where can you scare up names like them among your mudsill folks?
One o' their number volunteered to go and scare up the buck.