Did you mayhaps mean makeover?
- n. alternative spelling of makeover.
“Regulators and lawmakers have called for a make-over of Australia's growing trillion-dollar superannuation business because about 80% of the funds are balanced targeting riskier assets such as property and equities.”
“As I watched the recent ridiculous stand-off over the national budget result in a 60-day extension, I couldn't help but think that the mature men and women who represent us at the highest levels of government are in desperate need of a relationship make-over.”
“Later this year, Ford will begin a sweeping make-over of the 96-year-old brand, to give staid Lincoln a new identity as a producer of high-tech, understated luxury cars, Ford executives said.”
“How many more wedding, make-over, and cooking shows could the market withstand.”
“Prior to make-over, I was able to log on without having to type in my user name and password each time I used my bookmark to log onto Mexconnect.”
“It will take a great deal of money to do a complete make-over of our national educational system, one reason why I am so pleased to place the bloated, wasteful, and largely ineffective national intelligence community -- and its budget -- under the direct influence of Vice President Michael Bloomberg.”
“Large rock overhangs on outcroppings on the vast savanna an hour from Hargeisa make a natural shelter against the elements on the 4,000-foot high plateau where 7,000 to 10,000 years ago some artistically inclined cavemen felt their home needed a make-over.”
“I vividly remember a make-over show where they were making fun of the dreaded mommy dress that had waist-ties to the back.”
“Smith did pay a pretty penny for his extreme make-over, but the secret to his success has nothing to do with dollars or cents.”
“The two became friends, and Arden, in an effort to show O'Keeffe how gorgeous she would be with a smidge of make-up, pressed her into submitting to a make-over.”
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