- v. Simple past tense and past participle of tart.
“Reductivism pushed hard winds up being either sublimely elegant or else dumb in tarted up language or else true but trivial.”
“The racy photos feature actresses Lea Michele and Dianna Agron in tarted-up, come-hither vixen mode; in one shot, Michele, wearing a top and underwear, is seated on a bench facing the camera with her legs spread open.”
“The automotive answer to the question "what do you call a tarted-up escort?" has been blessedly absent from the automotive landscape since the Focus replaced the Escort in Ford's lineup in 1999.”
“I wonder how Angela would look all "tarted" up.....”
“Ruse characterizes these argument as follows: "At best, Darwinism is a kind of tarted-up natural theology and, this being so, why not IDT?”
“Extra virgin olive oil commands a high price; who would know if it was actually soy and canola oils tarted up with flavor and color?”
“Buy a new Audi A1, however, and you're getting a gussied-up VW Polo, which is a smarter Seat Ibiza, which is in turn a tarted-up Skoda Fabia.”
“If so, why do they have to be tarted up with all these installationist mannerisms?”
“Primetime ratings be damned, people WILL watch four hours of tarted up celebrities accepting trophies at 5 pm.”
“You can top it with any number of garnishes, from tahini to fried eggs, or just with a drizzle of olive oil and sprinkle of salt, but it is not to tarted up.”
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