The Klondyke had been steamed up and ready to leave for more than an hour.
In this shadow we steamed up—very slowly, as you may imagine.
The next day we steamed up the long, land-locked gulf of Narenta.
Then they steamed up the coast to Pernambuco, and on to the West Indies.
The Forth looked perfect as we steamed up to our harbour anchorage.
In the night the vessel turned back and steamed up the James.
At length they got safely on board the Union and steamed up for Hull.
We left some time in September, and steamed up to Nova Scotia, then across.
They're cookin' up these overt acts to get the people all steamed up till they're ready to fight.
I'm not steamed up; maybe I'll reason with him better because I'm not.