from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. The act of bringing spirits to a certain degree of strength, called proof.
- n. The act of becoming reconciled or friendly.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The act or process of compensating.
- n. In printing, the process of arranging composed type in columns and pages.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
Things like writing their child's résumé, calling in favors to their friends to get their child an internship or job, or even making-up corporations where their child has "worked."
Picking up scraps of yarn from the making-up process.
Even though I can see a lot of fights, I also see a lot of fabulous making-up scenarios where truth and passion win out.
Them's fighting words, and I'm guessing the making-up is going to be a long time coming.
There will be no kissing and making-up between Ellen Barkin and her magnate ex-hubby Ron Perelman.
Brendan's goodbye message was more unintentionally funny, as he told Kristen she was paying the penalty for "making-up" the Brigade Alliance, which, of course, is real, or as real as anything gets on this show.
And when you get out you have some serious making-up to do.
The outer sleeping-bags were made by Mr. Brandt, furrier, of Bergen, and they were so excellent, both in material and making-up, that no one in the world could have done better; it was a model piece of work.
Prius weighs 2,932 pounds, Mini 2,546 (so there's more "stuff" making-up a Prius, all of which has to be dealt with when the car is "recycled").
But I don't spend a lot of time buffing and polishing and making-up.