- v. Simple past tense and past participle of rev.
“But that night, I swept my class out the door and, still revved from the emotion of my own lecture, I went to the computer and fingered the keys.”
“The controversial touch-judge call revved up Saracens, who suddenly injected some urgency into proceedings - before being stung.”
“Perhaps the reason independent and Democratic women aren't "revved" up is because they actually have something known as "brains" in between their ears.”
“But the fun had been spoiled for Sadd -- even shattered -- by May's phone call and young Henry's baffling involvement which, Sadd said, had "revved" me unnecessarily.”
“Wait for about a minute for the song to get kind of revved up.”
“The cascade of revelations that revved up HUAC in earnest really began with Elizabeth Bentley, who defected from the CP in 1945.”
“What got me really revved up for this interview is that this coalition knew me.”
“For Chivalry, Walkley dressed "Save the World" the pivotal ballad from Nice Guy Johnny in a cloak of revved-up guitars, strings, and horns.”
“When asked about Facebook, Costolo apparently declined to comment, which got the rumor machine all revved up again.”
“-- UVA is 10-1 the past three Octobers, which suggests coach Al Groh teams need time to get revved up;”
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