(tr, adverb) to shut in or fasten tightly with or as if with nails
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How to use nail up in a sentence
Waal, we're ergwine ter nail up thet door ternight an' quit this-hyar place.The Code of the Mountains | Charles Neville Buck
Sometimes we has ter nail up loose planks inside thet runway, an' when we does a feller lets hisself down on thet rope.A Pagan of the Hills | Charles Neville Buck
The foot in its movement forward tilts the nail up, and almost simultaneously puts weight upon it.Diseases of the Horse's Foot | Harry Caulton Reeks
Scores of the hovels in which the workers live they are compelled to nail up sacks to keep the wind and water out.From Crow-Scaring to Westminster; an Autobiography | George Edwards M.P., O.B.E.
Then we could nail up that pantry door, put the hatch into place, and keep them at our mercy.At the Fall of Port Arthur | Edward Stratemeyer