The guide suggested that we smarten up our gait, and we put the horses to a canter.
He's one of the sons, and he'd smarten 'em up if he had his way.
When they had gone the poor Simpleton began to tease his mother to smarten him up and let him start off.
This afternoon ammunition drill, &c., to smarten the men up.
But it was impossible to smarten oneself up or move to another place, because of the crowd.
I had done my best to smarten up my uniform, and make all my accoutrements bright and glistening.
"You might smarten yourself with that change, Elmore," she addressed him, ignoring his companion.
That did not take her half-an-hour, but when she came down the woman had done her best to smarten up her room.
An immense change had taken place in Cousin Betty; and Valerie, who wanted to smarten her, had turned it to the best account.
The girls went to ride with him, and naturally began to smarten their dress and accents and to change their estimates.