Crossword clues for getup
- Hop out of bed: 2 wds
- Leave the sack
- Face the day
- "Rise and shine!"
- Partner of go
- Greet the morning
- Crawl out of bed
- Slangy attire
- Leave the bed
- Crazy-looking outfit
- ''Rise and shine!''
- What boxers try to do after being knocked down: 2 wds
- What Bob Marley tells you to do before you stand up?
- Rise (3,2) — outfit
- Not stay in bed
- Kiss "___, everybody's gonna move their feet"
- Hammond offering is finally coming up short (5)
- Bizarre costume
- Arise in the morning: 2 wds
- Arise from sleeping
- "___, everybody's gonna move their feet" Kiss
- Fancy duds
- Outfit, informally
- Advice to a sleepyhead
- Go's mate
- Fancy duds
- В В Fancy duds
- "C'mon, sleepyhead!"
- "Out of bed!"
- A set of clothing (with accessories)
- Rise and shine!
- Masquerade ensemble
- Odd outfit
- Outfit with accessories
- Outfit with an order to abandon pit?
- Rise and dress
- Place for one to return clothing
- Greet the day
- Start the day
Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
The Collaborative International Dictionary
getup \get"up\, get-up \get"-up\, n.
General composition or structure; manner in which the parts of a thing are combined; arrangement; format; make-up; style of dress, etc. [Colloq.]
Specifically: A set of clothing (with accessories); as, what are you doing in that getup?; -- often used with implied disapproval or scorn. [informal] [WordNet sense 1]
Syn: outfit, rig.
alt. 1 (context chiefly US informal English) A costume or outfit, especially one that is ostentatious or otherwise unusual. 2 (context informal English) A fight or altercation. 3 (context publishing English) layout and production style, as of a magazine. 4 (alternative form of get-up-and-go English) n. 1 (context chiefly US informal English) A costume or outfit, especially one that is ostentatious or otherwise unusual. 2 (context informal English) A fight or altercation. 3 (context publishing English) layout and production style, as of a magazine. 4 (alternative form of get-up-and-go English)
Usage examples of "getup".
The girl was enjoying every bit of it: the Arab-style house with its open courtyards, the European knickknackery, Moreau in his bare henna-stained feet and gandourah, Madame in her medieval getup, the two old birds cracking their bones as they lowered themselves into their chairs, the massive Georgian silver candelabra assisted by a naked electric light bulb on a fraying wire overhead, and the Greek-Italian beauty picking his nose delicately behind the cover of his napkin.
When it comes to sleepwear, Jenny is squarely in the baggy T-shirt camp, and I could tell she felt silly in this seductive getup.
He had a pot, like most of these rogue leaders do, and affected a getup that was part street, part costume, including armless goggles no larger than bottlecaps he had had stitched to his eye sockets, black leather wristbands, shin guards and knee pads fashioned to resemble poised cobras, and a kind of pointed, twin-horned Vikinglike helmet and cowl combination.
Rather than disguising her diminutive size, as she probably intended, the getup emphasized her fragility.
Bobby has a green Mohawk and the full ripped T-shirt/safety pin getup, and Jodie is trying to look like Lydia Lunch but instead just looks like a raccoon having a bad hair day.
In front of Happy Jack's saloon, a guy with drooping handlebar mustaches, who wore an outlandish getup that consisted of low-slung Mexican sombrero, red silk scarf, black leather chaps, black cotton shirt, black work pants tucked into black, tooled-leather boots, and absurdly roweled silver spurs, was staggering into the crowd, bawling at the top of his lungs.
Resplendent in fancy cardsharp getup, Bill Towns saunters through the Lazy 8's swinging doors and leers at its proprietress without noticing that she is edging toward the bee now once again installed upon the shiny bar.
Shem's bodily getup, it seems, included an adze of a skull, an eight of a larkseye, the whoel of a nose, one numb arm up a sleeve, fortytwo hairs off his uncrown, eighteen to his mock lip, a trio of barbels from his megageg chin (sowman's son), the wrong shoulder higher than the right, all ears, an artificial tongue with a natural curl, not a foot to stand on, a handful of thumbs, a blind stomach, a deaf heart, a loose liver, two fifths of two buttocks, one gleetsteen avoirdupoider for him, a manroot of all evil, a salmonkelt's thinskin, eelsblood in his-cold toes, a bladder tristended, so much so that young Master Shemmy on his very first debouch at the very dawn of protohistory seeing himself such and such, when playing with thistlewords in their garden nursery, Griefotrofio, at Phig Streat III Shuvlin, Old Hoeland, (would we go back there now for sounds, pillings and sense?
Natalie wore a green silk dress and an old pink sweater, an atrocious getup pulled from her suitcase without thought.