Sorry, no definitions found.
“It was nought seven fifteen, getting-up time for office workers.”
“He still wanted to cry, but he just walked away, thinking about his getting-up expertise, no doubt. readersguide posted at 12:39 PM”
“Out of this delight springs the toy-theatre, — there it is, with its familiar proscenium, and ladies in feathers, in the boxes! — and all its attendant occupation with paste and glue, and gum, and water colours, in the getting-up of The Miller and his Men, and Elizabeth, or the Exile of Siberia.”
“Linen, that impressions of the finer getting-up art, practised by the laundress, are to be printed off, all over his soft arms and legs, as I constantly observe them?”
“I waited patiently until Martin's nominal getting-up time before entering his room.”
“One morning, after she had become so seriously unwell as to have had a blister applied to her side (the sore from which was not perfectly healed), when the getting-up bell was heard, poor Maria moaned out that she was so ill, so very ill, she wished she might stop in bed; and some of the girls urged her to do so, and said they would explain it all to Miss Temple, the superintendent.”
“Even old Konon, who looked after him, had gone off just after getting-up time, saying he had to attend a meeting or some such thing, and hardly listening to a word he said.”
“Put your clothes on; the getting-up ceremonial we'll do tomorrow.”
“At the rites of the getting-up, the bedtime and the bath, he could not keep from laughing; but to the etiquette of audience he listened carefully.”
“The more external features of the work -- its exquisite getting-up, in paper, binding, and especially in illustration -- are only fitting to the inherent gracefulness of the writer's thought.”
‘getting-up’ hasn't been added to any lists yet.
Looking for tweets for getting-up.