Extreme academe, as a vision, ups the ante of such concerns.
However, to the extent that high ex post risk premiums result in high valuations, they do suggest a low ex ante premium.
If your dog is vigorously pulling you and not responding to correction on the buckle collar, you need to up the ante a bit.
Sustainable features and native plants up the ante on a seamless integration of indoors and out.
Accordingly, he upped the ante and put social media and himself at the center of technological development.
He got caught because he was compelled to keep upping the ante with more and more claimed accomplishments.
In her case, the search and destroy mission caused by her other recalcitrant itch had raised the ante.
At that price point you're better off upping the ante and going with a scooter.
Occasionally, up the ante by throwing in a cup of white vinegar.
Raising the ante, music publishers were interested in creating large-print music.
British Dictionary definitions for ante
the gaming stake put up before the deal in poker by the players
(informal) a sum of money representing a person's share, as in a syndicate
(informal) up the ante, to increase the costs, risks, or considerations involved in taking an action or reaching a conclusion whenever they reached their goal, they upped the ante by setting more complex challenges for themselves
verb -tes, -teing, -ted, -teed
to place (one's stake) in poker
(usually foll by up) (informal, mainly US) to pay
before in time or position; previous to; in front of antedate, antechamber