made-up

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made-up (comparative more made-up, superlative most made-up)

  1. (transitive) To make up the whole; to constitute.
    A church is made-up of its members.
  2. invented or fabricated
    He told me a made-up story of the events.
  3. changed by the application of cosmetics
    The clown was made-up hours before the show.
  4. arranged or put together
    The front page was made-up but had to be changed at the last minute.
  5. (UK, regional) delighted, pleased, thrilled
    I was made-up when the local team won.

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