Idioms

take up arms against (someone or something)
to get ready to fight or make war
The citizens of the small country were not willing to take up arms to change their government.
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  • take up where one left off
  • take up with (someone)
  • taken aback
  • taken for dead
  • talk (someone's) ear off
  • talk (someone's) head off
  • talk (someone) down in price
  • talk (someone) into (doing something)
  • talk (someone) out of (doing something)
  • talk a blue streak
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  • an open-and-shut case
  • face to face
  • shoot up (drugs)
  • wet blanket
  • possessed of (something)
  • hell on earth
  • sweet-talk (someone)
  • royal treatment
  • have the best of both worlds
  • to the bone

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