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ad-lib to make up as one goes along; say or do something without practice or planning. [1/2 definitions]
amends (used with a singular or plural verb) something given or paid to make up for a wrong done to a person or group.
atone to make up for; make amends.
coin to invent or make up. [1/3 definitions]
compensate to take the place of or make up for something (usually followed by "for"). [1/2 definitions]
compensation something given in return for or to make up for something else.
compose to be the parts of; make up. [1/3 definitions]
concoct to make up out of one's imagination; invent. [1/2 definitions]
constitute to form or make up. [1/3 definitions]
cook up (informal) to make up or invent a story; devise.
fill to prepare or make up. [1/7 definitions]
improvise to make up while one is performing; perform without planning or practice. [1/2 definitions]
invent to think up or make up. [1/2 definitions]
jazz a form of music with strong, complex rhythms that started with African Americans in the late 1800s. Jazz musicians often add notes or make up parts as they play.
Little Dipper the constellation Ursa Minor. The stars that make up this constellation form a pattern that looks like a dipper.
make amends to try to make up for harm done to someone.
manufacture to invent; make up. [1/3 definitions]
New World the Western Hemisphere. North and South America make up the New World.
offset to make up for or balance.
Old Testament the Christian name for the writings that make up the first major part of the Bible. The Old Testament is also part of the Hebrew scriptures.
operation a particular set of activities that make up the running of something. [1/4 definitions]