Thesaurus / stand up

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Every horse that can stand up is pressed into service for the day.

The word has also come to mean people who are too indolent and lazy to stand up or sit up, but sprawl out anywhere.

Jukes-EdwardsA. E. Winship

In actual service this glove did not stand up to the hard usage required of it.

He had hardly time to stand up before the bow of the vessel was within his reach.

Up The BalticOliver Optic

Well within range, all he had to do was stand up and get two of the flock when they took to the air.

Swamp CatJames Arthur Kjelgaard

You're too much for me, Ben, and I think I can stand up to him, and maybe lick him.

“Yet I could stand up under a good deal more,” he rejoined, his thoughts trailing Jerry Boyle up the shadowy gorge.

Claim Number OneGeorge W. (George Washington) Ogden

"I don't think your folks treated the Bartletts just right," went on our hero, resolved to stand up for his friends.

Randy of the RiverHoratio Alger Jr.

They will stand up on their hind legs and strike at the little pests with their forward paws.

I suggest that each group of us represented here, stand up and announce their position.

Black Man's BurdenDallas McCord Reynolds

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