wind up[ wahynd-uhp ]SEE DEFINITION OF wind up
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR WIND UP
I must wind up my affairs, and Margaret cannot go with you alone.
At the worst, we are as like to wind up upon a scaffold as not.'
Do you suppose it was by accident, I forgot to wind up the church-clock?
Don't let the Mater and Pater get the wind up about my personal safety.
Can't you get some of your slush-slingers to wind up a few of them ashes?
He did, Jim, and threw me through the window to wind up with.
I ought to wind up this search in two days, if my boat is still on the lake.
Of this also I shall be able to tell you more before I wind up.
Don't you think you might wind up the trick now, and let them in?
I've been in such a wind up here one could hardly keep his feet.