wise up

VERB
  1. cause someone to become aware of something
  2. get wise to
    They wised up to it
Linguix Browser extension
Fix your writing
on millions of websites
Start Error-Free Writing Linguix pencil

How To Use wise up In A Sentence

  • Let this experience make you wise up. The Sun
  • It's time to wise up and tell those around you that enough is enough.
  • Those who think this is a harmless recreational drug should wise up.
  • If this jiveass nobama don't wise up and figure out that WE ARE IN CONTROL and he works for us, not the other way around, he won't make it til 2012. Latest Articles
  • Let this experience make you wise up. The Sun
  • Consumers need to wise up to the effect that advertising has on them.
  • The first strikes usually are fast once a kicking shiner reaches a hovering gang of crappies; however, the tightly clustered fish may wise up after six or eight are jerked from the ranks. Crappie Commando
  • Streetwise Upper-Intermediate explores metaphors and proverbs; rhythm and stress; and the language of persuasion as used in advertising.
  • Wise up, Vic - he's cheating you!
  • Striking at or otherwise upsetting the center of gravity can cause the object to lose its balance, or equilibrium, and fall to the ground.
View all
This website uses cookies to make Linguix work for you. By using this site, you agree to our cookie policy