Thesaurus / take up
EXAMPLE SENTENCES FROM THE WEB
Well has one of our greatest poets written, "Take up the fat man's burden."
THREE ELEPHANT POWERANDREW BARTON 'BANJO' PATERSON
Take up the love poems, elegies, fairy tales and prayers of the ancient Egyptians.
THE LITERATURE OF ECSTASYALBERT MORDELL
In spite of his success, however, Pershing was not yet ready to take up the strenuous course in the Military Academy.
THE STORY OF GENERAL PERSHINGEVERETT T. (EVERETT TITSWORTH) TOMLINSON
Then they went back home to take up the burden that was their share.
HERO TALES OF THE FAR NORTHJACOB A. RIIS
Lady B. Tell me Dolly, how dare you take up with that person?
You are easy to take up, but you are not at all easy to put down, Master Tommy.
This wide-spread delusion is precisely one of the causes why I take up this subject.
PRACTICAL RELIGIONJOHN CHARLES RYLE
Now the Leipzig came nearer in order to take up the fight with the lighter British ships.
Some practical military man, not given to take up with shadows, it likeliest was.
HISTORY OF FRIEDRICH II. OF PRUSSIA, VOLUME V. (OF XXI.)THOMAS CARLYLE
They take up their abode in a dwelling which has absolutely no traditions of haunting.
GHOSTS I HAVE SEENVIOLET TWEEDALE
WORDS RELATED TO TAKE UP
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