made-up

[ meyd-uhp ]SEE DEFINITION OF made-up

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR MADE-UP

But a made-up story is one thing and a story of facts is another.

I could stake my life upon it she wears a wig, that her complexion is a 'made-up' one.

It has a sort of probable sound, and yet it's a made-up name.

These must be real words, not meaningless syllables or made-up words.

And mother, too, if she likes, though I should love to see her made-up as Shylock!

There is nothing worse about him than this—he wears a made-up tie.

Can't you see that it's all a made-up plan from beginning to end?

Made-up neckwear of any kind is not worn by well-groomed men.

Paging, which is for made-up books, is done by a machine worked by a treadle.

This was a made-up story, and William, by his countenance, showed he thought it so.

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