bestir one's self

bestir one's self
Labor, work, toil, strive, be alert, hasten, lose no time, be lively, look alive, fall to work, exert one's self, rouse one's self, trouble one's self, busy one's self, take pains, be busy, be active, be quick, bear a hand.

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