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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR TORN UP

I had no doubt that the bridge was down, or, if not, that its flooring was torn up.

And a watchman looking at half a dozen lanterns, where a street's been torn up.

The trees were cut, the earth was torn up; there was a howling as of unchained fiends.

"No," and the Lensman tore up the check just as he had torn up the resignation.

It was a thing to be stamped out, to be torn up by the roots.

Never employ an awl for this work, as the fiber of the wood will be torn up by it.

If there was a square foot that hadn't been torn up I couldn't see it with the naked eye.

I found that a portion of the carpet had been torn up, and I pulled it over.

The paper was then at once torn up into the most minute particles.

"He threw some bits of paper he had torn up into the water," added Peaks.

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Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.