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A style or arrangement of dress, especially an elaborate or unusual one.‘she looks ridiculous in that getup’
outfit, clothes, costume, ensemble, suit, clothing, dress, attire, garments, garb, turnout, rig, uniform, livery, array, regalia, robes, fineryView synonyms
- ‘I'm sure a lot of thought was put into his get-up.’
- ‘In a circle of thirty women, you will not see two hairstyles, two dresses, two get-ups that resemble each other.’
- ‘And as I dried myself off, getting dressed in the same get-up as I had worn in the dream, I just couldn't wait to tell Sasha about my plan of action.’
- ‘Accessories have to fit right, blend with your style and personality, and match properly with the rest of your get-up.’
- ‘A modest, nonattention-getting outfit beats a flashy get-up every time.’
- ‘They're a Japanese foursome who play real stony, acidy, '70s-style guitar rock, complete with psychedelic period get-ups.’
- ‘They smell of fabric softener but have perfect little Goth get-ups - angry black t-shirts, leather collars, safety pins & black lips.’
- ‘He knew the get-up, the drill, the movement, and the swagger.’
- ‘This get-up doesn't necessarily require a belt, but you can wear it with a cool canvas belt and matching sneakers.’
- ‘Don't forget: we all need places to wear our funky get-ups to.’
- ‘Jim's wife Sue is dressing as a sailor and regulars are popping in wearing various get-ups that were all the rage during the Second World War.’
- ‘She knew that guy, the looks, the get-up and the hairstyle.’
- ‘He usually appears in a three-piece tweed suit, a starched white shirt, a bowtie, and bookish glasses - a get-up that, like his artwork, would be easy to mock if it didn't mock itself.’
- ‘Somehow, he managed not to look garish in the frightful get-up.’
- ‘He has been seen in everything from platinum blonde wigs to furry pant get-ups and says that each look truly reflects who he is.’
- ‘What other surprises happened today, other than your get-up?’
- ‘What struck me about his get-up was that he was wearing boots.’
- ‘Men wearing strange get-ups were standing before them holding automatic guns.’
- ‘Can you at least tell me what's with the get-up?’
- ‘He said the get-up is part practical, part legacy.’
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