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„make-up“ - noun, singular or mass

The term make-up is the 17.078th most common word of the English lanuguage and appears 3.623 times within the reference corpus. The part of speech is noun, singular or mass. There follow quotations of the term in text: "Maurice Seiderman created the make-up for Citizen Kane."¹ "Lancaster used make-up veteran Robert Schiffer in ..."² "... while sitting in the make-up chair; sometimes working 16 ..."³ Rotated its written pu-ekam. The according MD5 checksum is b6fd8d88d79ed1018df623d0b49e84e7 and the SHA1 sum is 9fca05d04a116d4b46032c723db15332944da1eb.

word neighbours

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word name: make-up

part of speech: noun, singular or mass

substitutes: makeup

typical left word neighbours: prosthetic genetic ethnic racial demographic whiteface clown

typical right word neighbours: artist detergents effects artiste genotype stylist artists

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The named concepts have a similar prefix:

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