We must have them at once, or we must sell up that clerical gent.
Grandfather has got to sell up all the stock to pay a debt.'
There's nought to be done but sell up, and pay the cash down.
Mother and I arranged for the funerals, but we had to sell up the home.
Only a small portion of them, however, had wanted to sell up to date.
Thus they talked it over until they agreed that it would be best to sell up as soon as possible and leave.
To barter the national honour is legitimate policy; to sell up our enemies has been a practice since the days of the Plantagenets.
And so you sell up everything here—and you start for the country—eh?
Chattaway can sell up everything if he chooses; and I fear there's little hope but he will do it.
He promises to provide well for us both, and he wants us to sell up Mortimer Street, and come as quick as possible.