Thesaurus / make up

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Sometimes, however, a more than usual vividness of conception will make up for the want of this frequent coxistence.
It was the rider's task, to make up for the time lost by the sailors.
But when once your stage-manager is chosen, all the actors must make up their minds to obey him implicitly.
THE PEACE EGG AND OTHER TALESJULIANA HORATIA EWING
It appeared simply that he could not make up his mind to go in.
IN NESTING TIMEOLIVE THORNE MILLER
The fact is we decline to take anyone else seriously, but we make up for that by taking ourselves with redoubled seriousness.
Dey all dance crazy and make up funny songs to go wid de dance.
And yet, among the many ingredients that go to make up that shy fevered beam, rapture is undoubtedly one.
ALAS!RHODA BROUGHTON
In this passage it would seem that he could not make up his mind and left a blank accordingly.
Vengeance, sir, is the hollowest of all the mockeries that go to make up life.
THE SEA-HAWKRAPHAEL SABATINI
Now, make up your mind to walk right up and forget the nasty little pain.
THE BLUE BIRDS' WINTER NESTLILLIAN ELIZABETH ROY

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