After all, the House GOP did a bang-up job of controlling spending when they had unified control of Washington, just a decade ago.
But of course no visit to Hollywood would be complete without a bang-up, star-studded gala.
Yes, if only he had gone to Harvard or Yale like our last four presidents, who have done such a bang-up job running the country.
Chinks, you know, like to cook a bang-up meal once in a while.
He was a "bang-up" cook, barring a heavy hand at first with chile and onions.
How Tweedie could have captured such a bang-up stunner was hard to understand then, and harder afterwards.
But it's the only one of my half-dozen that has a bang-up bosom.
Block-printers is going to strike; they'n getten a bang-up union, as won't let 'em be put upon.
There's no use doin' this thing if it ain't done in bang-up style.
A bang-up dinner; all the fizz he wanted—that, from Cummings, meant much—and now a game of billiards with the old man.
Excellent; superior: I have some bang-up gin/ You've done a bang-up job on that report, Smythe (1830s+ British)