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Reach a place or situation.‘the ship landed up on the south coast of Devon’‘I landed up in prison’
finish up, arrive, find oneself, end up, turn up, come, go, appearwind up, fetch up, show up, roll up, blow inView synonyms
- ‘Somehow the bill always lands up on the rate-payers' doormats!’
- ‘Two months ago I landed up in a counselling centre in East London where I met Ash who was to be my future counsellor.’
- ‘So - the expelled gang members became the criminal kings of the countries they landed up in.’
- ‘What if the wind changes, and you land up somewhere that leaves you feeling unprepared?’
- ‘They lost everything, including several houses, and ended up homeless for a while before landing up in the flat.’
- ‘The fight got uglier when her husband and friend reached the spot and they all landed up at the police station.’
- ‘The plot is all about the problems faced by an Indian youngster, Indrajeeth, who lands up in New York by accident.’
- ‘I landed up at San Francisco around noon local time and then was led to the serpentine queue where visitors to the promised land (the modern one) were lined up.’
- ‘Follow these precautions for the first few dates with anyone and you'll never land up in a sticky situation!’
- ‘He writes and strives for reforms in society and at one point, lands up in jail.’
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