Thesaurus / made-up

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Did he really think she had been telling him a made-up story?
I, THOU, AND THE OTHER ONEAMELIA EDITH HUDDLESTON BARR
I gather from the fashionable novelist that no man can wear a made-up tie and be a gentleman.
The eyebrows were made-up; it was a simple enough proceeding and made still more simple by the beaded veil.
THE MYSTERY OF 31 NEW INNR. AUSTIN FREEMAN
Our made-up wines are a great deal better than the natural ones in their own country.
A START IN LIFEHONORE DE BALZAC
Those were the days of paper collars and "made-up" ties, and on state occasions a cluster diamond "bosom pin."
Indeed, I believe the article a deliberate falsehood, concocted in order to sell the made-up photographs.
THE SPRING OF THE YEARDALLAS LORE SHARP
But a made-up story is one thing and a story of facts is another.
THINGS AS THEY AREAMY WILSON-CARMICHAEL
How did she happen to be made-up in this fashion at this particular time?
THE MYSTERY OF 31 NEW INNR. AUSTIN FREEMAN
I remember he did read Cluverius's Historia Universalis, and made-up his poeme from thence.
It would be just his chance to give you his made-up story about me and that Johnson girl.

WORDS RELATED TO MADE-UP

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