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start up

[ stahrt-uhp ]SEE DEFINITION OF start up
  • as instart-up
  • as inturn on
  • as invitalize
  • as inenergize
  • as infound
  • as inignite

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She figures to start up a full choir, and sing the solos herself.

When these are planted all sorts of potatoes are liable to start up.

But what is there in being a prisoner to start up such a row?

If you want a town to go plumb to hell just you start up a bank.

She'll hear it and she'll start up too; and that way they'll keep signaling to each other.

He tried to start up, but that thing across his throat held him helpless.

At this point both groups of our opponents will start up against us.

"That's right, and we must know; so start up the music, Davy," said Giraffe.

They had nearly steam enough to enable us to start up the river.

It is said that the works will start up in about three weeks.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR START UP

energize

verbactivate; give more life
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