[1928+; probably fr 1920s black teed, ''drunk,'' probably related to marijuana or tea intoxication, and to tea, ''whiskey,'' a use attested fr the 17th century]
Anxious labor activists know well that the Court has teed up a future challenge to all mandatory dues.
The Senate yesterday teed up its next big battle: Will Wall Street titans pay half the tax rate of everyone else?
This whole thing is teed up for Romney to get some momentum, you understand that, right?
“We seem to have stumbled on a civic problem,” I remarked to my wife as we teed up.
I teed up my ball, swung back, and then with all the vigor at my command whacked the ball square and true.
Then I teed up and drove with a good follow-through action that carried me round several circles before I could stop.
He teed up his ball, made a few preliminary swings and then struck the white sphere with perfectly timed strength.