make up[ meyk-uhp ]SEE DEFINITION OF make up
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR MAKE UP
"For heaven's sake, child, make up your mind quickly," said Katherine.
There was only one thing to do—make up the pack as soon as possible and leave the place.
Most exquisite of sonatas would not to them make up for a game of billiards!
Do you make up your mind beforehand that if the animal should kill you, it is all right?
It's noways likely that I'd take the trouble to make up a lie about that weed.
You good ladies must make up your minds to keep away from these parts for a while.
You'll know all about your wife, young man, when you make up your mind to tell me the truth.
To make up for his indiscretion, K. suggested a descent to the river.
It was as if he must make up for long arrears of hopelessness.
Come, captain, undo these ropes, and make up your mind quickly.