What is another word for makes up?

Pronunciation: [mˌe͡ɪks ˈʌp] (IPA)

There are plenty of other phrases you can use to convey the same meaning as "makes up." If you're looking to express something someone has written, you might say they "composed" it, or "drafted" it. If you're describing someone who's telling a story, you might say they're "spinning a yarn," or "fabricating" the details. If you're talking about someone who's creating something from nothing, you could say they're "whipping up" a new recipe, "inventing" a new gadget, or "creating" a new piece of art. When you're trying to avoid using the same phrase over and over again, it's helpful to have a few synonyms in your toolbox.

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What are the hypernyms for Makes up?

A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.

What are the opposite words for makes up?

The term "makes up" is an idiom that means to reconcile or create something. Some antonyms for "makes up" include break apart, unsettle, destroy, wreck, and tarnish. When relationships or marriages break apart, it is difficult to make up as the trust has been lost. When a project is wrecked, it cannot be made up as the damage is too extensive. To unsettle a situation means to prevent it from being made up as discomfort, and unease often occurs. Lastly, to tarnish something means to damage it or ruin its reputation, which cannot be made up- it can only be rectified in time.

What are the antonyms for Makes up?

Famous quotes with Makes up

  • I like all things grammatical, and I had already written several books about parts of speech, and even the alphabet, so everything that makes up a sentence and even a word was covered except for punctuation.
    Brian P. Cleary
  • Mr. Burns comes out and flips cigar ashes on his shoes, and makes up about 90 percent of what you hear.
    Bobby Darin
  • Bad company is as instructive as licentiousness. One makes up for the loss of one's innocence with the loss of one's prejudices.
    Denis Diderot
  • The sanitary and mechanical age we are now entering makes up for the mercy it grants to our sense of smell by the ferocity with which it assails our sense of hearing.
    Havelock Ellis
  • Clint Eastwood. Here's a guy who's been involved in so many movies, lots of them masterpieces, and now he's a director. I just like everything I know about him. He's very decisive, he makes up his mind real quick.
    Bobby Farrelly

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