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cooked-up

adjective as in framed

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Still, one has to imagine that it's probably tamer than what Danish filmmaker Lars von Trier might have cooked up.

What is the whole “Genoa” storyline based on, or is that just something Aaron cooked up?

We should not give up this extraordinary chance to see what can be cooked up.

She cheerfully cooked up some Welsh cakes, from a recipe handed down by her grandmother, that the other hosts devoured.

But Clinton actually offered a submission and posed with the two guys who cooked up the stunt.

I would, too, but ma she hadn't nothing nice cooked up, and she was sort of scared offerin' city folks country victuals.

Had cooked up the scheme for pulling it off and had spent a good two weeks laying the groundwork.

Sam has been got out of the way by a cooked-up story, ditto your manager.

Why, there are a lot of happy marriages over here that have been cooked up by the families!

Of course, I know that the whole infernal thing is cooked up to beat you, if possible.

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On this page you'll find 218 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to cooked-up, such as: bogus, deceitful, dishonest, distorted, erroneous, and fake.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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