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___ much as (up to) ___ up (took refuge) ___ up to (admit) ___ up to (approach slyly) ___ up to (became genial) ___ up to (flatter) ___ Worm (1980s light-up toy) ___-Ball (game with scores up to 100) '-- you been up to?' ''I've __ up to here!'' 'I see what you're up to!' 'I've had it up to here!' "___ about had it up to here!" "___ had it up to here!" "___ up to you, New York" "___ up to you" "--- were up to me..." "A Buddhist walks up to a ___ stand and says, 'Make me one with everything'" "Alphabet series" mystery writer (she's up to "X") "Hurry up!" to a person assigning spies? "Hurry up!" to a person putting on a jacket? "Hurry up!" to a person sharpening a pencil? "I know what you're up to!" "I'm not a Republican, but I'm saving up to be one" comic Philips "I've ___ it up to here!" "I've ___ up to here ..." "I've had it up to ___!" "It adds up," Tom said ___ "Listen up!," to Luis "My Faith Looks Up to Thee," e.g. "People come up to me ... concerned ... that I'll reproduce" comedian Philips "Poosh 'Em Up" Tony ___ of baseball "She walked up to me and she asked me to dance" lady "She walked up to me and she asked me to dance" woman "So that's what you're up to!" "So, onward and upward to the ___ of free enterprise" "Up to ___," Al Smith's autobiography "Up to ___" (1952 game show) "Up to here" "Up to this point, no" "Up top!" "Up top" gestures "What have you been up to lately?" response "When I grow up to ___ man" (Beach Boys lyric) *Be up to snuff *Brings up to speed *Follow-up to a potential insult *Runner-up to Einstein as Time's Person of the Century in 1999 1919 Broadway musical that set a record for most performances up to that time 1952 quiz show "Up to ___" 1958 #1 song with the lyric "Let's fly way up to the clouds" 1992 Wimbledon runner-up to Steffi 1996 runner-up to Clinton 1998 runner-up to Lipinski 2005 "American Idol" runner-up to Carrie Underwood ABC and UPN, to ''Variety'' Act uppity toward Acting up, to Fats Waller Actress failing to live up to expectations? Add up to Added up (to) Adds up to All Supreme Court justices, up to 1981 Animal weighing up to 1800 lbs. Apt follow-up to the starts of 17-, 28- and 49-Across As ___ (up to now) Au ___ (up-to-date) Be fed up to here (with) Be up to something Bear people look up to Bear that's looked up to Bear to look up to Beast weighing up to 1,800 lbs. Beatles breaker-upper, to some Bellies up to Bellies up to the bar? Belly up to the bar and ask for a pint of disinfectant? Belly up to, at the bar Bring up to code, electrically Bring up to snuff Bring up to speed Bring up-to-date Brings up to date Briton or Gael up to roman times Brought up to date Brought up to speed Buck up to the max Building up to the loudest point Call up to answer charges Calvin Coolidge lived up to his reputation as a man of few words when he ... Card game for up to 10 players Catch up to Catch up to again Catches up to Cheer up to the max Chinese dynasty up to A.D. 1125 Close-up tool Cold War Kids "Hang Me Up to ___" Come (up to) slyly Come up to Come up to snuff Comes up to Coming up to Company with the slogans "It's thinking" and "Up to 6 billion players" Cozy up to Cracked up too much? Cry 'Heads up!' to Cry coming up to a barn Deep-bodied herring that swims upstream to spawn Doc looked up to her Don't fess up to Don't give up too soon Don't tell him that standing up to the boss ___ ... Drifters "I climb way up to the ___ the stairs" Drummer's follow-up to a joke Easter ___ (period up to Pentecost Sunday) Ed Norton may have been up to his ankles in it Edge with up to Edges up to Emphatic follow-up to yes or no Enter only up to the ankles, say Entered up to one's ankles Face up to Face up to an embarrassing mistake Face up to being utterly wrong Face up to, as a challenge Faced up to Faces up to Fails to live up to Fess (up to) Fesses (up to) Fill up totally Filled "up to here" Find out what that weird dude from high school is up to, via Facebook Fixer-upper, to say the least Flightless birds that can run up to 40 m.p.h. Follow-up to "Angela's Ashes" Follow-up to "Oh, yeah?" Follow-up to "pls" Follow-up to "The Sicilian" Follow-up to 8-Down, often Follow-up to a bad joke? Follow-up to a parent's command, maybe Follow-up to a ques. Follow-up to braces, often Follow-up to calc. Follow-up to F Follow-up to the best seller "Angela's Ashes" Frank McCourt's follow-up to "Angela's Ashes" Fully up to speed Gave a heads-up to Gave a leg up to Gave the thumbs-up to Get the oven up to temperature Get up to the tree house Gets wet up to the ankles Gilbert and Sullivan's follow-up to "The Mikado" Give a heads-up to Give a leg up to Give a thumbs up to Give up (to) Gives a "heads up" to Gives a leg up to Gives a thumbs-up to Gives the thumbs-up to Giving a thumbs-up to Go in up to one's ankles Go in up to the ankles Go up to bat again Go up to the bar? Good thing to be up to Got wet up to the ankles Group up to no good Had no catching up to do Had water up to one's ankles Have some catching up to do He looked up to his girlfriend He may be up to his neck in socks He's up to no good Heads-up to "Iron Man" Ripken? Hold up to ridicule Hoses are hooked up to them Imitated a wound-up toy In debt up to one's eyeballs In the ___ (up to date) In the time leading up to In up to one's neck Instrument the band tunes up to Is not up to snuff Is rather up-to-date Is up to no good Is up to the task Is willingly up to no good Isn't up to par? It can be worth up to 20 points It hooks up to an engine It likely has a ramp leading up to it It might be up to its neck in hot water It might bring you up to scratch It might roll up to a red carpet
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