Example sentences for: stepped-up

How can you use “stepped-up” in a sentence? Here are some example sentences to help you improve your vocabulary:

  • And his stepped-up shoes?”

  • Nonetheless, it seems likely that the growing importance of the stock market to the retirement plans of middle-class Americans has translated into stepped-up coverage of business news and a greater willingness on the part of mainstream news outlets--daily newspapers and network television--to showcase pieces on market turmoil.

  • The Times points out that Russia's technical assistance raises fears of a stepped-up arms race between India and Pakistan, against whom India has fought three wars, and which has just tested a nuclear-capable missile of its own.

  • As the taunter was an American, why is he using the Briticism stepped-up shoes ? Admittedly, its meaning is transparent, but Americans do not use expressions like stepped-up shoes .

  • One is that Al Gore will announce today, at King's church in Atlanta, a 17 percent DOJ budget increase that if approved by Congress would mean a stepped-up anti-discrimination emphasis in such areas as fair-housing laws and police misconduct investigations.


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