We have no meanings for "zipped up" in our records yet.
They were zipped up, arranged neatly, and pushed out of the way.
And if they're zipped up, you already know how to unzip them.
They zipped up my suitcase and politely wished me a nice stay.
Gloves back on, jacket zipped up, Pete stepped out of the car.
Dryden zipped up the green tarpaulin covering the wheelhouse and joined them.
I zipped up my suitcase again, and we headed for our suite.
I zipped up my sweater, which was the same hue as Sgt.
He was zipped up in his dark blue Feathered Friends climbing suit.
Put their hats on, put their gloves on, zipped up their coats.
He zipped up his jacket and glanced up and down the street.
He zipped up and flushed and walked toward Dave, staring at him.
As I zipped up my bag, I noticed my hands were trembling.
Priest zipped up the rubber bag, and the Hunter's funeral was over.
Randolph stuffed his shirt-tails into his pants and zipped up his fly.
Cate zipped up the corset dress and walked over to the mirror.
It is a matter of basic good manners to be properly zipped up.
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