How to use Toughen-up in a sentence

toughen-up
  • Even so, she wasn't going to last long among the roughnecks in his camp if she didn't toughen up a little.

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  • The Control Arms campaign is asking governments to toughen up controls on the arms trade.

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  • Given the information just released, will Seattle toughen up their offense?

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  • Though there is nothing wrong with pretty pinks, or athletics, so you may miss out on an opportunity to toughen up your baby girl with athletic sneakers.

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  • As the name implies, the purpose of core strength exercises is to toughen up your midsection -- the core -- which will help avoid back problems and speed up progress in other athletic efforts.

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  • Over handling causes the gluten in the four to toughen up - which is ideal for bread but disastrous for pastry.

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  • Kneading causes the gluten in the four to toughen up - which is ideal for bread but can be disastrous for pastry.

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