clue up in a sentence
- Have joined but not yet clued up at all.
- Wouldn't surprise me, otherwise he's a very clued up newbie!
- :I personally doubt that Mohammed is fully clued up on Wikipedia rulings or etiquettes.
- "She was clued up, but she took the risk, " he said.
- I'm sure there are other users who are much more clued up on this than I am.
- It's difficult to find clue up in a sentence.
- "A really clued up petty official should have spotted that and pressed charges, " it said.
- I think it is becoming clear that I am not as clued up on policy as I thought I was.
- Alongside the " All Clued Up " engraved pen set, the winning couple also take the leather-bound Oxford Dictionary.
- I'm not too clued up on the French language, nor on the phonetic pronunciation text that accompanies many articles on Wikipedia.
- Toyah was portrayed as cocky, naive, too trusting and occasionally needing to be " a bit more clued up " about things.
- The queue of articles for the trial is pages that have this applied so that you are clued up for the discussion following the trial.
- "He went all right when he went there in the first Test and he's all clued up about the job,"
- In 2000 the " Times Educational Supplement " published an article titled " Clued up " in which Roger was interviewed by Steven Hastings.
- "Her Majesty comes over as a cross between a busy housewife and multilingual, clued up businesswoman, " commented the tabloid Sunday Mirror.
- Since the work of unconfirmed editors isn't being deleted in AfC that shows that " they " are the ones who are clued up.
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