Definition of made-up in English:

made-up

Syllabification: made-up

adjective

  • 1Wearing makeup: her immaculately made-up face
    More example sentences
    • While you may feel like it would be a crime against society to leave home without a fully made-up face, makeup and working out mix like oil and water.
    • Unlike the rest of us, who looked very overly made-up in our stage makeup, she looked natural.
    • According to this overly made-up woman, the least bit of makeup on us (as well as giving us cancer, in her opinion) made us harlots.
    Synonyms
    wearing makeup
    informal dolled up, decked out

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