How To Use Zip up In A Sentence

  • They have a loosely elasticized ankle and non-skid soles and zip up the front.
  • Go stand in corner, take a whiz, shake it off, zip up.
  • We've got the government ordering us to zip up our mental straitjackets in public.
  • She shivers as she pulls on her stonewashed jeans and her suede boots that zip up the side.
  • Zip up your jacket, it's cold out there.
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  • A fleece gaiter over a wool or polypro zip up shirt is a good choice. Stay Warm on Your Stand
  • Go stand in corner, take a whiz, shake it off, zip up.
  • And then she found that she couldn't zip up her skintight dress.
  • After pulling a small piece of thread out from the zip teeth I pulled the zip up firmly and it was secured to her leg.
  • Defensive backs slipped as if they were on roller skates, allowing Santonio Holmes to zip upfield on a 40-yard gain. NFL Replay: 'Almost' is no solace after Cardinals' letdown
  • My jeans wouldn't zip up.
  • I zip up my bag, making sure the travel locks are locked, and make my way to the airport.
  • After I stuffed that in, my bag was full and hard to zip up without knowing I was crushing some of the crunchy snacks.
  • ‘Please evacuate this facility, the president wishes to use it,’ they would have ordered any lingerers, hardly giving them time to zip up their flies.
  • A little garlic will zip up the fish.
  • He was a person of average height and build, usually well dressed in his casual slacks, button up shirts, and a zip up sweater.
  • Zip up your jacket--it's cold
  • According to Baker, too much sodium can make your skinny skirts trickier to zip up, especially in the week prior to menstruation.

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