liven up

  1. make lively
    let's liven up this room a bit
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How To Use liven up In A Sentence

  • let's liven up this room a bit
  • The only good news is it nearly always rains at night in the tropics so that would liven up proceedings. The Sun
  • Sanders of Oxford on the High Street is the place for something to liven up those magnolia walls.
  • For example, use the zest - the outermost layer of a citrus fruit's peel - from lemons or limes to liven up your salads and soups.
  • There was little of note in the opening period although things did liven up a bit in the closing minutes. The Sun
  • I'd love to invite that party animal to the party. He'd liven up the mood!
  • The early scenes of courtly intrigue are slow, but things liven up on the battlefields of France. Times, Sunday Times
  • To try and liven up the downcast mood, some of my fellow-tourists start reminiscing about more productive quests for an appointment with our eremitic host.
  • A close pal can liven up an afternoon by announcing that her new love interest has, without warning, moved to Chicago.
  • Pop it around your waist (arrange in a triangle for a more interesting asymmetric shape ) and belt into place to liven up an otherwise plain outfit. Times, Sunday Times
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