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Verb
Simple past tense for to be reconciled after a quarrel
“At the end of it all, you swap shirts, shake hands, make up and go home.”
Verb
Simple past tense for to create or think of by clever use of the imagination
“He had a way with words and would make up excuses for his incompetence on the fly.”
Verb
Simple past tense for to be all the substance of
“In total, twelve long chapters would make up the entire book.”
Verb
Simple past tense for to form by putting together parts or materials
“He would make up a new toy each day with his Lego bricks.”
Verb
Past participle for to be reconciled after a quarrel
“At the end of it all, you swap shirts, shake hands, make up and go home.”
Verb
Past participle for to create or think of by clever use of the imagination
“He had a way with words and would make up excuses for his incompetence on the fly.”
Verb
Past participle for to be all the substance of
“In total, twelve long chapters would make up the entire book.”
Adjective
A feeling of positivity, satisfaction, or enjoyment
Adjective
Incorrect or false
Adjective
Made up
Adjective
Contrary to the facts
Phrase
Delighted, thrilled
Adjective
Based on a mistaken belief
Adjective
Not in accordance with the truth or facts
Adjective
Tending or having power to deceive
Verb
To have constituted or amounted to
Adjective
Very happy
Adjective
Invented, as opposed to real
Adjective
Occurring in or invented for fiction
Adjective
Experiencing pleasure, satisfaction, or delight
Adjective
Not telling the truth; lying
Adjective
Well-known from anecdotes and stories rather than experience
Adjective
Feeling or showing pleasure and satisfaction, especially at an event or a situation
Adjective
Made or done without previous thought or preparation
Verb
To have designed with a new shape or form
Adjective
Not genuine
Adjective
Told of in fables and legends
Verb
To have carried out an action to the end
Verb
To have designed or planned an approach for a given task or project
Adjective
Greatly pleased
Adjective
Supposed but not necessarily real or true
Verb
To have furnished with, or caused to be present
Adjective
Existing only in the imagination
Adjective
Not really what it is represented as being; imaginary
Adjective
Lacking in natural or spontaneous quality
Adjective
Imitating something real
Adjective
Imaginary or illusory
Adjective
Not real and existing only in the imagination
Adjective
Lacking in natural or spontaneous quality
Adjective
Not real and existing only in the imagination
Adjective
Adjective
Spoken or done without preparation
Adjective
Not real and existing only in the imagination
Adjective
Adjective
Like a phantasm
Adjective
Being a figment of the imagination
Adjective
Conceived or envisioned in the mind
Adjective
Of doubtful authenticity, or lacking authority
Adjective
Adjective
Not real and existing only in the imagination
Adjective
Not real and existing only in the imagination
Adjective
Of, involving, or existing only as a fanciful idea
Adjective
Spontaneous
Adjective
Legendary
Adjective
Imaginary, fanciful
Adverb
At one's pleasure
Adjective
Strange and slightly frightening because it is not usual
Adjective
Created and performed spontaneously or without preparation; impromptu
Adjective
Generally assumed or believed to be the case, but not necessarily so
Adjective
Not real or genuine but intended to seem so
Adjective
Not real and existing only in the imagination
Adjective
Not existing in reality
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