Synonyms for cut-up
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CUT-UP
The crowds shouted, yelled, sang and cut-up all kinds of antics.
This was a big herd, said Chet, eying the cut-up sod seriously.
I believe I'm to be a sort of 'cut-up' country maid, in some of the plays.
There was a man wanted her ever so, and seemed as cut-up as never was when she said no.
Oh, he was a regular "cut-up" when he was by himself, that Monkey was.
Would you believe that woman is the cut-up of the top floor?
“And you stop trying to stir up a rumpus, Miss,” commanded Laura, to the cut-up.
To every pound of cut-up fruit add a pint of water and let it stand over night.
Curious that he should pull off that cut-up stuff there, infernally risky I call it.
Em is a cut-up, all right, and she's a great one for a josh with the boys, but she's as straight as a string!
1520s, "gash, incision," from cut (v.); meaning "piece cut off" is from 1590s; sense of "a wounding sarcasm" is from 1560s.