- v. present participle of tart.
“Perhaps the Mickey Mouse machine even pushed the idea of tarting up their star, to appeal to the valuable lecher demographic.”
“Less kinder souls than I might suggest that you are "tarting" for votes here...”
“In former industrial areas where there are few new sources of employment, providing a spot of job-coaching and tarting up CVs is just not going to be good enough.”
“: My question was more about re-tarting new cases after anyone paying attention to the news now has ammunition to fight their foreclosure, which would cost the bank more, long run, than anything else.”
“Murray has done comparable damage to the score, tarting up some numbers, "I Got Plenty o' Nuttin'" pardon me, "I Got Plenty of Nothing" in particular, almost beyond recognition.”
“The brokerage set a price tarting for $38 with a buy rating.”
“I think that some TPB apologists are tarting this news up to make themselves feel better, while others are crying 'sell out!', as if TPB stood for some kind of high ideals like altruism and freedom.”
“I confided in my mother about the rape, and she said: "It's your fault for tarting around.”
“Like a lot of men, I'm homicidally jealous of his body and his total shamelessness in tarting it around.”
“Shortcuts to tarting up your vocabulary without having to read lots of books or learn other languages.”
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