Definitions

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  • adv. truthfully, honestly. seriously
  • adv. chilled (stirred or shaken over ice) and served in a cocktail glass, with no ice

Etymologies

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Examples

  • The well-trained officers of Hill's division hurried to their commands and, between 6:30 and 7:00, led them, cheering, straight up the low, cleared hill on either side of the Willis Church Road.

    LEE’S LIEUTENANTS

  • But he was too late, because Captain Sisko walked straight up to the bar counter and put both Red Orbs side by side on it.

    MILLENNIUM

  • A few of the pushier girls go straight up to them at traffic lights, knock on their windows.

    Tricks

  • One hill went straight up after an abrupt right-angle turn.

    The Grace to Race

  • A month later, in July, I went on to Colorado for the Boulder Peak Triathlon, a new event for me with a hill that goes straight up for a mile.

    The Grace to Race

  • Too bad for Caleb, but that were the Grumley way, and even though the bird was no rocket, they all felt some kind of low g-force as she zoomed skyward, straight up into the black, with four Grumleys and eight mill small unrecorded aboard.

    A Bob Lee Swagger eBook Boxed Set

  • Ice cold Vodka, straight up with a twist sipped preferably in bed

    I.O.U.

  • Sipping ice cold Gran Patron tequila straight up with a twist of orange Preferably sipped nude and in the company of a familiar stranger!

    I.O.U.

  • With more time, I might have chosen to make the spectacular 435-mile journey south by road, but it takes between twelve and nineteen hours and I wanted to reach Jalal-Abad and the walnut forests while the nut harvest was still in full swing, so decided to go in one of the small planes that fly over the 16,000-foot wall of the Kyrgyz Alatau Mountains that rises straight up behind Bishkek.

    Wildwood

  • Gazing straight up through the fish-bone ash leaves, I watched the alteration of layers and shades of green turning to gold where the sun caught them.

    Wildwood

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