1. uncountable An item's composition.
2. uncountable Cosmetics; colorants and other substances applied to the skin to improve its appearance.
3. A special examination for a student who has been absent from or has failed a previous examination.
4. Materials, such as cosmetics and costumes, that an actor or actress uses in portraying a role.
5. Cosmetics applied especially to the face.
6. The qualities or temperament that constitute a personality; disposition.
7. Printing The arrangement or composition, as of type or illustrations, on a page or in a book.
8. The way in which something is composed or arranged; composition or construction.
9. The aggregate of cosmetics and costume worn by an actor.
10. The constituent parts of anything.
11. (Printing) The art or process of arranging the portions of a printed publication on the pages for esthetic reasons or for optimal effect on the reader.
12. (Printing) The appearance of a page of a publication, specifically the type style of the text and the spatial arrangement of the text, illustrations, advertising material etc., on the page.
13. The way in which the parts of anything are put together.
14. An action that is taken to fulfill a requirement not accomplished at the expected time, such as a make-up examination.
15. Cosmetics applied to the face, such as lipstick, facial power, or eye shadow.
16. The effect or appearance of the wearing of makeup (in senses 3 or 4); often, the way in which an actor is dressed, painted, etc., in personating a character.
17. cosmetics applied to the face to improve or change your appearance
18. the way in which someone or something is composed
19. an event that is substituted for a previously cancelled event
20. The manner in which anything is made up, composed, or combined; composition of parts; arrangement of details.
21. In printing, the disposition or arrangement of types into pages or columns, preparatory to imposition or to locking up.
22. The preparation of an actor for impersonating the character assigned to him, including dress, painting and altering the appearance of the face, etc.; hence, any characteristic appearance regarded as analogous to an actor's make-up.
23. make up something artificial or untrue
24. apply make-up or cosmetics to one's face to appear prettier
25. form or compose
26. put in order or neaten
27. adjust for
28. make up work that was missed due to absence at a later point
29. come to terms
30. do or give something to somebody in return
31. devise or compose
1. She was dressed nicely, with her makeup on, which I was glad to see.
2. The good thing about using pigments in makeup is that they are stable.
3. Even though I do prefer the "hydraulic snout" werewolves to the classic ones, I still can see that the makeup is superb.
4. The Good Spirits program empowers our global network of makeup artists to volunteer their expertise in makeup to help restore their appearance and self image.
5. Q. Obviously the plan would be to keep it dark it would seem as opposed to say, hosting MTV specials in makeup like Robert Englund did.
6. I think people are born with a certain makeup and that we're all children of God.
7. Genetic makeup is overwhelmingly the most crucial factor in determining weight.
8. Because saying that a particular race of people has inferior mental abilities due to their genetic racial makeup is kind of the definition of racism?
9. I wear make up and don't think makeup is bad personally but some of styles today look garish.
10. However, no studies imply that our genetic makeup is the only factor.
11. ‘Stage make-up is necessarily heavy, in order to be seen, and seen as natural, by the audience.’
12. ‘Apply your usual foundation make-up or powder to cover any imperfections and even out your skin tone.’
13. ‘Just before going on stage, the make-up lady had dabbed powder on my face.’
14. ‘So she went off into the make-up trailer and my make-up artist came, and said ‘you've got to come, you've got to come’.’
15. ‘All that's missing is a truly fabulous make-up artist to slap the whole lot on.’
16. ‘The invention also relates to a cosmetic care or make-up process for a keratinous material.’
17. ‘His eyes are lined in black eyeliner so perfectly that you'd think that a make-up artist does his make-up.’
18. ‘Her face was made even more pale by her make-up: her black lipstick, and dark eye shadow.’
19. ‘Her eyes were outlined with some heavy make-up and her black nails were two inches longer than usual.’
20. ‘Ever wondered what women who sell cosmetics keep in their make-up bag?’
21. ‘The hairdresser messed up her hair more than it already was while someone else was putting stage make-up on her.’
22. ‘You're better at doing stage make-up than I am.’
23. ‘What I want is a make-up remover that literally lets the make-up float off your face.’
24. ‘Apply layers of pancake make-up, in the style of kabuki theatre.’
25. ‘I left my make-up bag under that, and then I started opening drawers.’
26. ‘If in doubt, arrange a free consultation at a store make-up counter.’
27. ‘I need make-up tips most of all; but anything would be of assistance.’
28. ‘One bizarre addendum to his' performance ' was his extraordinary application of stage make-up.’
29. ‘I made a couple of little girls tremble just by being in my zombie make-up, and that was cool.’
30. ‘"I've noticed when they come to school discos that they wear a bit of glitter make-up.’
31. ‘The important and terrifying thing is what's happening inside the US, to the constitution and make-up of the country.’
32. ‘Geochemistry involves studying the chemical make-up of rocks, the chemistry of water or any geological material.’
33. ‘To the extent that the physical make-up of organisms provides heritable variation, it becomes a malleable clay that can be sculpted by selection.’
34. ‘The structural make-up of Irish employment is changing, with the number of women in paid employment increasing rapidly.’
35. ‘Some features of its make-up were evidences of his goodness and beneficence, while others displayed his displeasure.’
36. ‘Our genetic makeup is indisputably similar to the great apes, our closest relatives.’
37. ‘Stock is right that there are many foolish arguments against altering our genetic makeup.’
38. ‘Another consideration is to have your soil tested to determine its chemical makeup and texture.’
39. ‘Scientists determine the chemical make-up of materials by measuring the wavelengths of light the materials absorb or emit.’
40. ‘Why do our churches not generally reflect the ethnic make-up of the society they are in?’
41. ‘And the makeup of the illegal population is changing to include more women and children.’
42. ‘Also, it paints a very good picture of the make-up of our wintering bird population.’
43. ‘The coming change in the makeup of the English population is unprecedented.’
44. ‘They don't know who the final make-up of the team will necessarily be.’
45. ‘The make-up of the people taking part was far broader and more representative of the general population than had been the case previously.’
46. ‘To what degree do you think that's going to change the social make-up of the people who live right by the coast?’
47. ‘He said it would be a much fairer reflection of the current make-up of the council, in which combined opposition members outnumber Labour.’
48. ‘It is almost certain Ribble Valley would be split up because of its size, shape and rural make-up.’
49. ‘Our loyal repeat participants tell us that one of the most appealing features of our trips is the small size and make-up of the groups.’
50. ‘Hayes stated that he would change the approach and style of play, and all would see a difference in style, make-up of the team and the way they play.’
51. ‘The make-up of the present family is, of course, a different matter.’
52. ‘Philosophy Like science is heavily influenced by the psychological make-up of the person doing the thinking.’
53. ‘The emotional and psychological make-up of a young person can often be forgotten in the rush for top points.’
54. ‘Of equal importance in experiential terms, however, was the psychological make-up of individuals as well as communities and cultures.’
55. ‘Like all Geminis, the personality and mental make-up is highly intelligent and versatile.’
56. ‘A man's personality and mental make-up do have a bearing upon his conduct.’
57. ‘Her psychological and political make-up was based on the proposition ‘I am right.’’
58. ‘The psychological make-up for today's game is fascinating.’
59. ‘His psychological make-up would baffle Dr Jekyll, Mr Hyde and every Freudian shrink outside a Woody Allen movie.’
60. ‘The end result was a deep confusion in his psychological make-up.’
61. ‘It is not essentially any failings in Andrew's mental or sporting make-up.’
62. ‘The scope of earning has brought about a sea change in the mental make-up of the women.’
63. ‘There is compelling evidence that an important factor contributing to the development of cancer is the emotional make-up of a person.’
64. ‘The Championship is the true test of both the physical and mental make-up of a team.’
65. ‘There is something deeply twisted in the human make-up that allows them to relate to animals more than people being treated like animals.’
66. ‘We assume that mental ability or disability is a part of an individual's make-up, and therefore that what is congenital is also largely incurable.’
67. ‘Such music can give little clue as to the personality or emotional make-up of its composer in a modern sense.’
68. ‘I tried explaining to them that if they changed this aspect of Sean's make-up they'd also be changing the way he plays the game.’
69. ‘I was a millimetre surprised at this glance into my inner elemental make-up though I really shouldn't have been.’
70. ‘Sadly that element of this great fighter's make-up may well have rendered him liable to the damage that he undoubtedly suffered.’
71. ‘But such lists give us fascinating little windows into the make-up of the composers involved.’
72. ‘Seamus started his own career as an apprentice compositor, during the days when all page make-up was in hot metal.’
73. ‘Then there was the excitement of starting to do our own page make-up, having bought a Compugraphic typesetting machine.’
74. ‘A busy teacher of thirty students who allows three make-ups per student, however, is agreeing to ninety make-ups a year!’
75. ‘Some teachers save one Saturday a month for make-ups, and all lessons for the month may be made up only on that day.’
76. ‘Another teacher may say, ‘I have a firm makeup policy and my students all understand it, and I have no problems with make-ups.’’
77. ‘It acknowledges that some students may be experiencing difficulty, so we should be sensitive to their needs - such as allowing make-ups.’
78. ‘Currently, most camps have two office staff members spending the bulk of their days coordinating absences and make-ups!’
79. ‘Drew and I only got to exchange a few words the whole week because of my make-ups and his soccer practices we never got to see each other.’
80. ‘However, the president said yesterday if Nelson submits a medical he would make sure she received a make-up test.’
81. ‘Zoe said that when she went into Miss Ell's class one noon hour to get her make-up assignments, Miss Ell was eating a salad.’
82. ‘If he wasn't, then she knew she'd never be able to garner enough courage to come back for a make-up.’
83. ‘The make-up exam was exactly the same as the original and was administered 12 days after the original exam.’
84. ‘Should a student fail a final exam, he or she is allowed two make-up exams.’
85. ‘Students may study and prepare differently for the initial and make-up exam.’
86. he missed the test and had to take a makeup
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