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Stand the sight of

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  • Stand-up

    adjective 1. standing erect or upright, as a collar. 2. performed, taken, etc., while one stands: a stand-up meal. 3. designed for or requiring a standing position: a stand-up lunch counter. 4. (of a fight) characterized by the rapid exchange of many blows with little attention given to defensive maneuvering. 5. characterized by an erect […]

  • Stand up and be counted

    stand-up stand up and be counted Reveal one’s convictions or opinions, especially when it requires courage to do so. For example, Stop muttering your complaints about the music; stand up and be counted if you want something changed. The counted in this expression alludes to having one’s vote on a matter acknowledged. [ c. 1900 […]

  • Stand-up comedian

    noun See stand-up comic

  • Stand-up comedy

    noun a comic monologue performed by one person standing on a stage; also called stand-up Examples Stand-up comedy is more political than you can imagine. Word Origin 1960s

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