To take up with

Definition of To take up with

To be contended to receive; to receive without opposition; to put up with; as, to take up with plain fare.
- Locke.
To lodge with; to dwell with.
- I. Watts.

See also: Take Take



To take the offensive
To take the place of
To take the reins
To take the trouble
To take the veil
To take the wall
To take the wind
To take the wind out of one's sails
To take time by the forelock
To take to
To take to heart
To take to task
To take to the heels
To take turns
To take up
To take up cudgels for
To take up the cross
To take up the gauntlet
To take up the glove
To take up the hatchet
-To take up with-
To take upon
To take vent
To take wind
To take with
To talk big
To talk of
To talk out of both sides of one's mouth
To talk over
To talk shop
To talk to
To tang bees
To tar and feather a person
To tear a cat
To tear down
To tear off
To tear out
To tear up
To tell no store of
To tell of
To tell off
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