link up


  • WordNet 3.6
    • v link up make a logical or causal connection "I cannot connect these two pieces of evidence in my mind","colligate these facts","I cannot relate these events at all"
    • v link up connect, fasten, or put together two or more pieces "Can you connect the two loudspeakers?","Tie the ropes together","Link arms"
    • v link up be or become joined or united or linked "The two streets connect to become a highway","Our paths joined","The travelers linked up again at the airport"
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In literature:

She was a link which bound them anew to this world, and seemed to open up to them, once more, bright prospects on this side of the grave.
"Wilson's Tales of the Borders and of Scotland, Volume VI" by Various
Once on the heights, Colonel Koe ordered an advance to link up with the force at Beach X.
"The Story of the Great War, Volume III (of VIII)" by Various
It became evident to the Allies that sooner or later the Germans would have to make an attempt to link up with the Turks.
"The Story of the Great War, Volume IV (of 8)"
If Jimmie the Monk is mixed up in it that is the connecting link between these fellows and the East Side.
"Traffic in Souls" by Eustace Hale Ball
Linking his arm through the reins, he led the mare up the hill.
"The Night Riders" by Ridgwell Cullum
He picked up the chain, examined the cut link, threw it down with a clatter.
"The Flockmaster of Poison Creek" by George W. Ogden
I believe Link Merwell is up to another one of his tricks.
"Dave Porter At Bear Camp" by Edward Stratemeyer
Dr. Ku sank into a deep armchair, linked his fingers before him and looked up inquiringly.
"The Passing of Ku Sui" by Anthony Gilmore
But nothing seemed to link up with anything else.
"Occasion for Disaster" by Gordon Randall Garrett
Dartmouth Bearing connected up, in some absurd fashion, but there was a missing link.
"Bear Trap" by Alan Edward Nourse

In poetry:

The tane it built with the green, green moss,
But and the bents sae fine,
And the tither wi' a lock o' lady's hair
Linked up wi' siller twine.
"Scotch Song" by Charles Kingsley
"So with this gift to open up our hearts,
Life fills with purer aims, for this sweet link
Reaches out to the future, and imparts
A colour unto all we speak and think.
"Baby's Hair" by Alexander Anderson
Then marked I how a chain sustained her form,
A chain of living links not made nor riven:
It stretched sheer up through lighting, wind, and storm,
And anchored fast in heaven.
"From House To House" by Christina Georgina Rossetti
For strange it is, I think, that here to-night
This lock should rise up from the sheet to be
A link between a baby, frail and slight,
And a great, rugged, bearded thing like me.
"Baby's Hair" by Alexander Anderson
Our cousins on the other side
And we too often disagree;
Puffed up, I fear, at times, with pride,
Each strong, and brave, and free;
But we forget the stormy past,
Our lands and hearts are linked at last.
"Niagara's Rainbow" by Joseph Horatio Chant
Mother, to meet her son,
Smiled first, then wept the rather;
And wife, to bind up those links undone,
And cherished words to gather,
And to show the face of her little one,
That had never seen its father.
"A Cottage In A Chine" by Jean Ingelow

In news:

And contains an expandable design that allows the owner to link up to four fixtures together for use with a range of tank sizes, the company states.
A Lukoil gas station was robbed at gunpoint Wednesday morning in a hold-up that police say could be linked to others committed recently in the area.
WCA, LINKS Charity Team Up For Dance Competition.
This link also takes you to more information about a luncheon coming up in November.
Rhett McLaughlin and Link Neal can trace their career making local commercials back to a certain ubiquitous TV ad that used to show up late at night.
On some phones you'll see a link marked "Web," "Internet," or "Browser" as soon as the phone is powered up.
Once you've signed up, login with your username and password to post comments and "recommend" articles or pieces PLEASE NOTE: online user accounts at are not linked with membership accounts and pledges.
The "Our America" host wrote "You f'd up, my friend," directed at the actress, while linking to a video clip of Robert Pattinson's "Daily Show" appearance.
It also provides a typical link distance of up to 18.6 miles.
You didn't have to click on a link to see the photo, it just showed up right in your Twitter feed.
Or, if you stayed up for all 18 innings of last night's Mariners game, then maybe these are morning links to you.
Major companies link up for new Featherstone facility.
A recent spread of measles linked to the Super Bowl turned a thrilling event for fans into a wake-up call.
New sickle cell center to provide ' missing link ' for follow-up care.
D-Link wants to make sure you are backing up all of your important files and digital media.

In science:

This perception is simple, appealing, and links up with practice.
Thread extraction for polyadic instruction sequences
It is unclear whether this Plugin is still maintained and it only seems to provide syntax highlighting and consulting a Prolog interpreter. – PDT 7 This plugin supports more features and links up with SWI Prolog.
A Semantics-Aware Editing Environment for Prolog in Eclipse
Link Up Indication: Indicates to TCP that the link is up and TCP must now send out all the ACKs to the fixed host and all the cached packets to the mobile.
A Near-Optimal Scheme for TCP ACK Pacing to Maintain Throughput in Wireless Networks
Having a labeled chord diagram D , one can construct a virtual link diagram K (D) (up to virtualisation) as follows.
It is a sequential, bi-directional link that gives typical transfer speeds of up to 2 Mbyte/s that is also used for loading programs into the DSP.
Progetto di un detector a camera di ionizzazione per esperimenti SAXS