Idiom/phrasal verb: sweater up
Note: This expression normally refers to a thick, knitted sweater which is very warm. It's the kind of sweater often worn in autumn or winter.
— It's unbelievably cold weather on the mountain so make sure you sweater up.
— There's nothing better than getting sweatered up and roasting marshmallows in front of a bonfire.
— You should have brought a jacket or at least sweatered up. What were you thinking?
— I really love to sweater up in the winter. I can't wait to go shopping at LL Bean for a few new sweaters.
— Since you're moving to Florida, can I have this cable knit sweater? There's no chance you'll have to sweater up there.
— Oh my gosh! Look how cute that little dog is all sweatered up!
— I suggest you wear a lot of different layers instead of getting sweatered up. It will be freezing outside but you'll get too hot when you're inside the meeting.
— My wife gets so cold in winter she's always sweatered up, even in bed.
— I love to sweater up in the winter but these thick ones take up so much room in my closet.
— My brother took a really cute picture of our kids sweatered up and playing in the leaves. I think I'll use that one for our Christmas cards this year.
— If you take your kids to the indoor rink, I recommend you sweater them up. It's a lot easier to move and skate wearing a sweater than a coat.
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