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adjective as in invented mentally

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“I have not gotten the impression that they have their minds made up or they are not open to new information,” Stammberger said.

Phonetic, made-up lyrics are another venerable tradition of folk music, and “pa-rum-pa-pa-pum” is iconic of the genre.

Foreign-born residents made up 12.9 percent of the total U.S. population in 2010.

I so loved the fierce bodily contact of football that I suppose my enthusiasm made up somewhat for my lack of size.

But the leaves and branches – the canopy it effectively creates -- is made up of solar panels.

He made up his mind then and there that he would never again invite Grandfather Mole to walk with him.

Ascension being a holiday here, all we pianists made up a walking party out to Tiefurt, about two miles distant.

I shall only be away for six months; you know I have made up my mind to get rid of the whole bag of tricks.

“I understood, Baron, that you had quite made up your mind to retire within a very few weeks,” said David Arden.

But second best things might be better than no good things at all, if only one made up one's mind to accept them thankfully.


On this page you'll find 46 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to made-up, such as: fabricated, fictional, false, imaginary, make believe, and mythical.

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