put the wind up love

put the wind up


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  • v. To frighten or disturb.


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  • The next thing would be to see Dr Ellis again, put the wind up him by exposing his very silly lie, and see what further information he could get about Mrs Holland and her heroin addiction.

    The Port of London Murders


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