Reverse Dictionary: MAG – MAK


MAGAZINE – adjectives
– B. AND B. pert. to magazines featuring female nudity; ‘Breast and Buttock’ …M20 US sl.
– PULP like or pert. to pulp (see noun) …Bk1974 sl.
magazine – nouns 
– BALAAM temporary paragraphs reserved to fill up the columns of a newspaper or magazine …1826 journalistic sl.
– BLOOD a cheap ‘blood and thunder’ magazine, the precursor of 20th century comics and even the bloodier computer games …M19 sl.
– BOOK a magazine or pamphlet …1913 Amer. dial.
– BUFF BOOK a magazine catering to enthusiasts of a particular hobby or pastime …1993 US sl.
– CRUDZINE a poorly written and/or poorly produced fan magazine …1976 US sl.
– E-ZINE a magazine published in electronic form on a computer network, esp. the internet …1994
– FAG-MAG a magazine or other publication featuring male nudity for homosexual males …M20 US sl.
– FASH MAG a fashion magazine …2002 UK sl.
– LASTISH the most recently published issue of a single-interest fan magazine …1982 US sl.
– MAG a magazine …1801 sl.
– MAGAZINARY the office or place of production of a magazine …1825 nonce word
– MAGAZINERY the profession of a magazine writer …1833
– MUFF MAG a magazine featuring photographs of naked women, focusing on their pubic hair and vulvas …1972 US sl.
– NEWSZINE a fan magazine that does not contain any fiction, just news …1976 US sl.
– NEXTISH the next issue of a single-interest fan magazine …1982 US sl.
– NUDIE a magazine or a film which features nudity …M20 US sl.
– ONE-HAND MAGAZINE a pornographic magazine, used as an aid to masturbation …1960s sl.
– PULP 1. a magazine printed on cheap, rough, pulp paper …Bk1974 Amer.sl.
2. any magazine devoted to sensational and ephemeral literature, as cowboy and detective stories and the like …Bk1974 Amer. sl.
– RAG a magazine …1940s US Black sl.
– SKIN-MAG a magazine featuring male or female nudes …1968 US sl.
– SKIN MAGAZINE a magazine featuring photographs of nudes, usually woman …1968 US sl.
– YANK MAGS American pulp magazines, as distributed in the UK …1930s sl.
– YANKS American pulp magazines, as distributed in the UK …1930s sl.
magazine – person
– FANED the editor of a single-interest fan magazine …1982 US sl.
– MAGAZINER one who writes articles for a magazine …1758-65
– ZINED a fan magazine editor …1976 US sl.
 
MAGGOT – adjectives
– MAIDIE infested with maggots …1826 Sc.
– MAWKET infested with maggots …1824 Sc.
– MAWKY full of maggots …1790 Sc. & Eng. dial.
maggot – nouns
– MAD † a maggot or grub; the larva of a blowfly …1573
– MADDOCK † a maggot …a1240
– MAG a maggot …1886 Amer. sl.
– MAITHE a maggot …1808 Sc.
– MAUKINESS the state of being full of maggots …Bk1905 Sc.
– MAWK a maggot …1641 Sc. & Eng. dial.
– MAWK-WORM a maggot …1863 Sc.
– MEATH a maggot …1865 Sc.
– METHE a maggot …1865 Sc.
– QUICK a small flesh-eating insect, a maggot …1777 Sc. & Eng. dial.
maggot – verbs
– MAITHE to become infested with maggots …1866 Sc.
– MAWK to become infested with maggots …1892 Sc. & Eng. dial.
 
MAGIC – adjectives
– MAGO-CHEMICAL †* pert. to magic and chemistry …1652
– STOICHEIOTICAL †* pertaining to magic …1646
magic – nouns
– CAMPERLECKS † magical tricks …1808 Sc.
– EXODUS OIL a conjure or magic concoction, used to drive people away …1947 Amer. dial.
– FAKE among performing magicians: any contrivance or device used to impart the illusion of magic; a piece of equipment that as been altered for use in a trick …1889 sl.
– GOOF(F)ER, GOOPHER, GOPHER the practice of voodoo or other magic; a magic spell or something used to cast such a spell …1880 Amer. dial.
– GRIS-GRIS 1. a jinx, charm, spell, or magic force …1763 Amer. dial.
2. the body of knowledge, system, or practice of magic or conjuration; a medium of luck …1967 Amer. dial.
– GUFFER the practice of voodoo or other magic; a magic spell or something used to cast such a spell …1880 Amer. dial.
– HELL-BROTH a magical composition for malignant purposes …1605
– HEX a magic spell; a curse …E20
– JADOO conjuring, magic, hocus-pocus …Bk1892 Anglo-Indian sl.
– MAGIE †* magic …1592
– MOJO a charm, amulet, or spell; magic …1926 Amer. dial., orig. chiefly Black usage
– MOOJOO a charm, amulet, or spell; magic …1938 Amer. dial., orig. chiefly Black usage
– NECROMANCY the pretended art of revealing future events, etc., by means of communication with the dead; generally, magic, enchantment, conjuration …a1300
– NECROMANTY †* the pretended art of revealing future events, etc., by means of communication with the dead; generally, magic, enchantment, conjuration …1560
– TAKE †* a spell of magic or witchcraft; enchantment …1678
– WARLOCKRY the practice of magic by men; wizardry …1818
magic – person (includes MAGICIAN)
– BLACK-ARTIST * a practitioner of the black art; a magician, a necromancer …1593
– CACO-MAGICIAN an evil magician or sorcerer; one versed in the black art …1656
– CALKER † a calculator of nativities, etc.; an astrologer; a magician, a conjurer …1535
– FAMULUS an attendant, esp. on a scholar or a magician …1837
– FASCINATOR a magician …1750
– GOOF DOCTOR one who practices ‘goofer’, voodoo or other magic …1942 Amer. dial.
– HOCUS a juggler, a magician, a charlatan …M17 sl.
– LOCHRIE MAN a small person with magical powers; ‘not a dwarf or elf’ …1983 Irish sl. 
– MAGE a magician; a person of exceptional wisdom and learning …c1400 arch.
– MAGIAN a magician; a wizard …1578
– MAGICIANESS †* a female magician …1651
– MAGICIENNE †* a female magician …1490
– MAGUS one skilled in Oriental magic and astrology; an ancient magician or sorcerer …1621
– MAGUSIAN †* a magian; a magician; a wizard; a follower of the magi …1587
– MOVE MONKEY a magician who is interested in flashy sleight-of-hand moves, perhaps more than in entertaining people …Bk1997 magicians’ usage 
– NECROMANCER one who claims to carry on a communication with the dead; generally, a wizard, a magician, a wonder-worker, a conjurer …a1300
– NECROMANCIEN † one who claims to carry on a communication with the dead; generally, a wizard, a magician, a wonder-worker, a conjurer …1303
– NECROMANT † one who claims to carry on a communication with the dead; generally, a wizard, a magician, a wonder-worker, a conjurer …1598
– NECROMANTIC † one who claims to carry on a communication with the dead; generally, a wizard, a magician, a wonder-worker, a conjurer …1574
– NECROMANTIST †* one who claims to carry on a communication with the dead; generally, a wizard, a magician, a wonder-worker, a conjurer …a1607
– OB † a wizard, magician, sorcerer, ventriloquist …1659
– TALISMAN † a sorcerer, a magician …1646
– VARLET  a wizard, a magician …1701 Sc.
– WARLOCK a magician, a conjuror …1721 Sc.
magic – verbs
– FASCINATE † to cast a spell over a person, animal, etc., by a look; said esp. of serpents …1641
– GOOFER, GOOPHER to bewitch; to practice voodoo or other magic …1899 Amer. dial.
– WITCHCRAFT to cast a spell on; to work magic …1898 Amer. dial.
 
MAGICAL – adjectives
– AIRY-FAIRY * having the ethereal qualities assoicated with a fairy; delicate; light; graceful; immaterial; also, enchanging, magical …1837
– CANNY † supernaturally wise; endowed with occult or magical power …1768 Sc.
– CANTRIP pert. to any real or imagined magical act …E18 Sc. & Brit.
– MAGIAN †* magical …1818 poetic
– NECROMANTIC magical, wonderful …1630
– TALISMANIC magical, occult, potent …1678
– TALISMANICAL magical, occult, potent …1650
– TALISMANTIC magical, occult, potent …1814 nonce word
magical – nouns
– CARACT † a magical character or symbol; a charm …1393
magical – verbs 
– MAGICALIZE to invest with a magical charm …Bk1910
 
MAGICALLY – adverbs
– TALISMANICALLY magically …1831
 
MAGIC POTION – nouns
– VENEFICE † the practice of employing poison or magical potions; the exercise of sorcery by such means …c1380
– VENEFY † the practice of employing poison or magical potions; the exercise of sorcery by such means …1616
 
MAGISTERIAL – adjectives
– MASTERLIKE † resembling a master; despotic, autocratic, sovereign; authoritative, magisterial; exhibiting masterly ability or skill …1580
 
MAGISTRATE – adjectives
– MAGISTERICAL †* pert. to a magistrate …1646
– MAGISTRATIAL †* pert. to a magistrate …1774
– MAGISTRATIC † pert. to a magistrate …1653
– MAGISTRATICAL pert. to or befitting a magistrate …1638
– MAGISTRATIVE proper to a magistrate, requisite for ruling …1865
magistrate – person
– BAILIE 1.  the chief magistrate of a barony or part of a county, having functions equivalent to those of a sheriff …1375 Sc.
2. a municipal magistrate corresponding to the English alderman …1484 Sc.
– BEAK a judge, magistrate or justice of the peace …c1600 Eng. dial. & sl.
– BEAK OF THE LAW a magistrate …Bk1891 sl.
– BEEK a policeman or magistrate …c1600 sl.
– BEEKS a judge, magistrate or justice of the peace …c1600 sl.
– BENCH the judge or magistrate sitting in the seat of justice …1518
– BENCHER one who officially sits on a bench; a magistrate, judge, parliamentarian, assessor, senator, alderman, etc. …1279
– BENCHMAN * a (male) judge or magistrate sitting in court …1658
– BESHERMENGRO one who sits, a magistrate …Bk1890 gypsy usage
– BIG WIG a magistrate or judge; from the wigs they wear …1829 sl.
– BLACK JACK † a judge or magistrate …1900 UK criminals’ sl.
– GARDEN (GATE) a magistrate …Bk1859 UK rhyming sl. 
– GEREFA an administrative officer under the Old English kings; the chief magistrate of a district …1833 Anglo-Saxon hist.
– INQUISITIVE a magistrate …1928 UK criminals’ sl. 
– JUSTICIARY a person who administers justice; a judge, a magistrate …1531
– MAJESTY a corruption of ‘magistrate’ …1831 Eng. dial. 128
– ONCE A WEEK a magistrate …L19 rhyming sl. for ‘beak’
– PÆDONOM in ancient Greece: a magistrate who superintended the education of youths …a1871
– QUEER BEAK an incorruptible magistrate …19C UK criminals’ sl.
– SANCHO PANZA a magistrate …Bk1922
– SELECTMAN a town magistrate …Bk1905 Amer. dial.
– UNCLE a magistrate …1895 Eng. dial.
– WARDEN OF THE PEACE ‘Guardian of the Peace’; a justice of the peace; a district magistrate …1543
 
MAGNESIUM – nouns
– MAG magnesium …1952 Amer. sl.
– MAGNIUM † magnesium …1808
 
MAGNET – adjectives
– MAGNETARIAN †* conversant with the magnet …1654
 
MAGNETIC – adjectives
– MAGNETISH † magnetic …1683
 
MAGNIFICENCE – nouns
– GALLANTRY † fine or gay appearance or show, splendour, magnificence …1613
– PANOPLY splendour, magnificence, pomp …1829
– SUMPTUOSITY lavishness or extravagance of expenditure; magnificence or luxuriousness of living, equipment, decoration, or the like; sumptuousness; squandering, prodigality …1559
 
MAGNIFICENT – adjectives
– ANGELIFEROUS * splendid, magnificent, excellent …1863 US colloq.
– AUGUSTIOUS †* grand, magnificent, majestic, august …a1670
– FAMOUS excellent, grand, magnificent, splendid; used as an emphatic expression of approval …1798 colloq.
– FASTIDIOUS † of things: ‘proud’, magnificent …1638 obs.
– GRANDIFICENT grand and magnificent …Bk1913-17 Amer. dial.
– LAUTITIOUS †* sumptuous; luxurious; excellent; magnificent; chiefly said of meat …1648
– MAGNIF magnificent …1863 Amer. sl.
– MAGNIFICAL grand, fine, magnificent …Bk1905 Eng. dial.
– MAGNIFICENTIAL †* magnificent …1506
– MAGNIFICO magnificent, grand …1654
– MAGNIFICOUS magnificent, grand, pompous …17C
– MAGNIFIQUE magnificent, splendid …Bk1913-17 Amer. dial.
– MAGNITUDINOUS involving greatness of scale; great, magnificent, imposing …1803
– MAGNOLIOUS magnificent, splendid, very fine, large …M19 sl.
– PALACIOUS † of the nature of a palace; splendid, magnificent (as a building) …1628
– PALATIATE †* of the nature of a palace; splendid, magnificent (as a building) …1632
– PALLACIOUS † of the nature of a palace; splendid, magnificent (as a building) …1628
– RED-HOT excellent, perfect, magnificent …1866 Amer. sl.
– SPLENDIDIOUS † splendid, magnificent, brilliant, excellent, first-rate …1432-50
magnificent – nouns
– MAGNOLIOUSNESS the fact or quality of being magnificent, splendid, or large …M19 US sl.
 
MAGNIFY – verbs
– BIG to make big, to magnify …Bk1898 Eng. dial.
– MAGNIFICATE † to magnify or extol …1598
 
MAGNIFYING GLASS – nouns
– OPTIC † an eyeglass, lens, magnifying lass; a microscope, a telescope …a1631
 
MAGPIE – nouns
– CHATTERMAG a magpie …19C Eng. dial.
– DEVIL’S BIRD the magpie …1881 Sc. & Eng. dial.
– EGGISTE the magpie, Pica rustica …1691 Eng. dial.
– HAGGESS † the magpie …1599
– HAGGISS † the magpie …1655
– HAG(G)ISTER the magpie …1584 obs. exc. Eng. dial.
– JACKO the magpie, Pica rustica …Bk1902 Sc.
– JECKO the magpie, Pica rustica …Bk1902 Sc.
– MADGE the common magpie, Pica caudata …1823
– MAG a proper name for a magpie …1802
– MAGGIE in rifle-shooting: a magpie …1901
– MAGGOT † 1. a proper name for a magpie or a sow …1573
2. a magpie …1848 Eng. dial.
– MAGGOT-PIE † a magpie …1573 obs. exc. Eng. dial.
– MAGGOTTY-PIE the magpie …Bk1905 Eng. dial.
– MAGGY a magpie …1901 Aust. sl.
– MARGARET a magpie …1854 Eng. dial.
– MEG a magpie …Bk1905 Eng. dial.
– MIGGY the magpie, Pica rustica …1885 Eng. dial.
– NAN-PIANNOT the magpie, Pica rustica …Bk1905 Eng. dial.
– NAN-PIE the magpie …Bk1905 Eng. dial.
– NANTIPIE † the magpie, Pica rustica …1788 Eng. dial.
– NAPPIE the magpie, Pica rustica … Bk1905 Eng. dial.
– TALE-PIE a magpie …1926 Sc.
– THORNY-PYETT the magpie, Pica rustica …Bk1905 Eng. dial.
 
MAID – see SERVANT
 
MAIDEN – nouns
– RAGE † an alleged name for a ‘company’ of maidens …1486
maiden – verbs 
– MAIDEN IT † to act like a maiden; to be coy …1597-8
 
MAIDENHOOD – nouns
– MAIDSHIP maidenhood …1873 Sc.
 
MAID OF HONOUR – person (also see wedding)
– DAME OF HONOR a maid or matron of honour …1966 Amer. dial.
– MARY † a maid of honour; a female attendant …1803 Sc.
 
MAID OF ORLEANS
– PUCELLE † the Maid of Orleans, Joan of Arc …c1450 obs. ext. hist.
 
MAIL – adjectives
– MAIL-SETTING † that robs the mail …c1688
mail – nouns
– D.A.L. a humorous notation put on letters that cannot be delivered (Dog At Large) …c1920 postmen’s usage
– DEAD a letter or package that can neither be delivered nor returned …1950s US Post Office usage
– HOT MAIL mail that gets preferential treatment, such as first-class and priority …1989 Amer.. sl.
– ORDINARY † a courier conveying dispatches or letters at regular intervals; hence, post, mail …1667
mail – person 
– LETTER-FENCER a postman …L19 sl.
– POSTIE, POSTY a postman …1871
– TAPPAL-WALLAH a runner who carries the post in S. India …1865 Anglo-Indian
– WALKER a letter-carrier, a postman, a courier …Bk1865 sl. 
 
MAIM – verbs
– HAMBLE † to mutilate, maim; to cut away; specifically, to cut off the balls of the feet of dogs, so as to render them unfit for hunting …a1050 obs. exc. Eng. dial.
– MAIN † to lame, to maim …1703
– MANG to break in pieces, to mutilate, to maim, to injure …1825 Sc.
– MANK † to maim, to mangle, to mutilate; to make defective; to impair, to spoil …a1400-50 obs. exc. Sc.
– MANYIE † to maim …a1400 Sc.
– MENYIE † to maim …a1400 Sc.
 
MAIMED – adjectives
– HAMBLE-SHANKED † maimed or lame in the leg ..1661
– MANK † maimed, mutilated, defective …1513 chiefly Sc.
maimed – person
– BEDDRAL, BEDDREL, BEDERAL, BEDRAL, BEDRIL, BEDRILL a bedridden, maimed, or crippled person …1790 Sc.
maimed – verbs 
– HAVE AN ACCIDENT to be maimed or killed in retribution …1941 Amer. sl., orig. criminals’ usage
 
MAIMING – nouns
– MANCATION † maiming, mutilation …1727
 
MAIN – nouns
– BUSINESS END, THE the part of something which performs its main function …1878 sl.
 
MAINE – nouns
– AMERICA’S LOGGER-HEAD Maine …Bk1942 Amer. sl.
– BORDER STATE Maine …Bk1942 Amer. sl.
– DOWN EASTER a vessel from a Maine port …1835 Amer. sl.
– EAST OVERSHOE the mythical town in Maine which is the home to fools and idiots …1975 US sl.
– FOX STATE Maine …Bk1942 Amer. sl.
– LUMBERLAND Maine …Bk1942 Amer. sl.
– LUMBER STATE Maine …Bk1942 Amer. sl.
– OLD DIRIGO (STATE) Maine …Bk1942 Amer. sl.
– PINE CONE STATE Maine …Bk1942 Amer. sl.
– PINE TREE STATE Maine …Bk1942 Amer. sl.
– POLAR STAR STATE Maine …Bk1942 Amer. sl.
– REPUBLICAN STATE Maine …Bk1942 Amer. sl.
– SWITZERLAND OF AMERICA Maine …Bk1942 Amer. sl.
Maine – person
– DOWN EASTER a native of Maine, esp. a seaman …a1828 Amer. sl.
– MAINIAC a resident of Maine …1837 Amer. dial.
– MOOSE BIRD a native of Maine …Bk1889 Amer. dial.
 
MAINLAND – nouns
– FASTLAND the mainland, as distinguished from islands; the continent …1883
 
MAINLY – adverbs
– FOR THE MAIN † for the most part, mainly …1662
– MAINTENANTLY mainly …Bk1905 Eng. dial.
– ON THE MAIN † for the most part, mainly …1832
– RATHEREST † most of all, most particularly, mainly …c1420 obs. exc. Eng. dial.
– RATHEST † most of all, most particularly, mainly …1549
– UPON THE MAIN † for the most part, mainly …1697
 
MAINTAIN – verbs
– BEHAD to stop, to wait; to hold, to maintain, to hold as certain …1768 Sc.
– BEHOD to hold, to maintain, to hold as certain …Bk1898 Sc. & Eng. dial.
– KEEP to persevere in, to carry on with, to maintain …1935 Amer. dial.
– OBTEND † to put forward as a statement, reason, etc.; to pretend, to allege, to maintain …1573
– OPINIATRE † to maintain or persist in obstinately …1652
– STAND TO ONE’S GUNS to maintain one’s position staunchly
– STICK TO ONE’S GUNS to maintain one’s position staunchly
– TO-DERAIGN † to maintain, to vindicate a cause, etc. entirely …c1320
– UPHOLD to affirm, to maintain in argument; to warrant, to vouch for …1790 Sc. & Eng. dial.
 
MAINTAINING, MAINTENANCE – nouns
– KEEP-UP upkeep, cost of maintenance …1928 Sc.
– MAINTAINANCE maintenance …1950 Amer. dial.
– MAINTAINMENT †* maintenance …c1485
– MANTINIMENT † maintenance …1588
– MANUTENENCY † the act of holding in the hand or upholding; support, maintenance …1633
– MANUTENTION † the act of upholding or maintaining; maintenance …1603
– UPHOLD support, maintenance; a prop; a person who maintains another …1791 Sc.
 
MAJESTIC – adjectives
– AUGUSTIOUS †* grand, magnificent, majestic, august …a1670
– IMPERIOUS † exercising a commanding influence; ruling, sovereign, dominant; having a commanding position, aspect, demeanour, etc.; majestic, stately …1592
– MAJESTATIVE † majestic …1656
– MAJESTICAL majestic …1589 now chiefly poetic
– MAJESTUOUS * majestic …1685
majestic – verbs
– MAJESTIFY †* to make majestic …1616
 
MAJESTY – nouns
– TIR † glory, honour, majesty …a1000
– MAJESTATE †* majesty …1533
 
MAJORITY – nouns
– BETTER END the higher classes; a superior kind; the greater part, majority …1848 Eng. dial.
– LONG END the majority, the bulk …1900s US sl.
– THICK END the greater part, the majority or most part …1867 Eng. dial.
 
MAKE, MAKING – adjectives
– FACTIVE † tending or having the power to make; concerned with making …1612
– OMNIFIC making all things; all-creating …1667
– OMNIFICENT making all things …1862
make, making – nouns 
– FACTION † the act of doing or making something …1612
– FACTORY † the act or process of making anything …1664
– FACTURE * the act or process of making a thing …1580
– FASHION † the act or process of making; hence, the ‘making’ or workmanship as an element in the value of plate or jewellery …1463
– MANUFACTURE † the act or process of making by hand …1605
– OPERATION †* the act of making or producing something …a1500
make, making – person
– EFFECTER † a maker, a creator …1635
– EFFECTRESS † a female maker or creator …1601
– FABRICANT one who fabricates, constructs, or fashions anything; a maker or manufacturer …1757
– FABRICATOR a maker or manufacturer …1863
– FABRICKER † one who constructs, fashion, frames or makes …1698
– FACTOR † one who makes or does anything; a doer, maker, performer, perpetrator; an author of a literary work …1563 obs. or arch.
– FAKER a maker of anything …1688
– FASHIONER one that gives fashion or shape to; a creator, maker …1548
– MAKERESS a female maker of something …1857
– OPIFEX † a worker, a maker, a manufacturer …1649
– OPIFICER † one who makes or constructs a work; a maker, a fabricator; a workman …1548
make, making – verbs
– BASH UP to make, to create …1940s NZ sl.
– EFFECT to make, to construct …1791
– FABRIC † to construct, fashion, frame, make …1623
– FAKE to make, to do anything …E19 sl.
– GAR †* to do, to perform; to make …a1300
– HANA to work, to make …1951 Hawaii
– NIGGER RIG (derogatory) to make or repair something poorly or without proper materials …1965 Amer. dial.
– NIGGER UP (derogatory) to do, make, or repair something in a careless, haphazard, or tasteless manner; to mess something up …1967 Amer. dial.
– SCLATCH to work in a dirty messy manner; to make or construct clumsily or untidily; to use in a slipshod or careless way; to botch …1808 Sc.
– TIFF † to put in order, to arrange; to prepare, to make, to construct …1300s
 
MAKE-BELIEVE – nouns
– FACRERE † the art of ‘make-believe’, deception …1393
– FARANCE a pretense, make believe …Bk1900 Eng. dial.
– MAKE-WISE a pretense, make-believe …1846 Eng. dial. 
– MAKING-AS-IF pretense, make-believe …1813 nonce word
make-believe – person
– GAR-ME-TRUE a hypocrite, a pretender; a philanderer; one who makes believe …1871 Sc.
make-believe – verbs 
– CRACKERJACK to fake, to make-believe …20C sl.
– GAR-BELIEVE to make believe; to pretend …1916 Sc.
– MAKE WISE to pretend, to feign, to make believe …1867 Eng. dial.
– MIMP to make believe; to sham, to pretend …Bk1905 Eng. dial.
– TAKE † to affect, to feign, to pretend, to make believe to do something …1571
 
MAKE-DO – nouns
– POOR DO something inferior, unsuccessful, make-do …1941 Amer. dial.
make-do – verbs
– PIECE ALONG to make do, to get along …1979 Amer. dial.
 
MAKESHIFT – adjectives
– HAYWIRE inadequately equipped, inefficient, makeshift …1905 Amer. sl. esp. logging
– JACKLEG thrown-together, shoddy, makeshift …1914 US sl.
– JACK-LEGGED thrown-together, makeshift …20C US sl.
– JAKELEG thrown-together, makeshift …20C US sl.
– JURY temporary, makeshift …1821
– MEXICAN (derogatory) cheap, inferior; makeshift; bogus, illegal …1912 Amer. dial.
– NIGGER (derogatory) cheap; inferior; makeshift …1942 Amer. sl.
– NIGGER-RIGGED (derogatory) makeshift; poorly constructed …1965 Amer. dial.
– OFF-PUT temporary, makeshift …1927 Sc.
– POOR BOY cheap, makeshift, improvised …1950 Amer. dial.
– SCAMBLING hasty, careless; makeshift; untidy …1790 Eng. dial.
– SNAPPER-RIGGED improvised; repaired in a makeshift fashion …2002 Can sl., orig. nautical
makeshift – nouns
– BEWITH a temporary substitute, a makeshift …1724 Sc.
– OFF-PUT a makeshift, esp. a hasty meal …Bk1905 Sc. & Eng. dial.
– RATTLE-TRAP a worn-out, rickety vehicle; anything old and dilapidated; a makeshift contrivance …1888 Eng. dial.
– SIWASH OUTFIT an enterprise, such as a logging operation or ranch, that operates in a makeshift way …1930 Amer. dial.
makeshift – verbs 
– POOR BOY to make or repair in a hand-to-mouth or makeshift manner …1979 Amer. dial.
 
MAKE-UP – adjectives
– PAINTED LIKE A TWO-BIT WHORE said of a woman who uses a lot of cosmetics …1966 Amer. dial. 
make-up – nouns
– ADDITION paint or rouge or powder for the face; make-up, cosmetics …c1690 society sl.
– BIMBO DUST face powder …World War II Amer. sl.
– DAZZLE DUST † face powder …1946 Can. teen sl.
– EYE-BLACK black eye-shadow, black mascara …1912
– FACE a cosmetic kit, make-up …1946 US sl.
– FAKE make-up …c1875 theatrical usage
– FAKEMENT paint for the face …c1870 theatrical usage
– FARD † paint for the face, esp. white paint …1540
– FARDRY † the act of painting the face, the effect produced by this …c1430
– LAUGHS make-up …1935 Brit. theatrical sl.
– LIPPIE lipstick …1940 Aust. sl.
– LIPPY lipstick …1940 Aust. sl.
– MUCK stage makeup …1926 US sl.
– PAINT make up …1660 UK sl.
– PUCKER PAINT lipstick …Bk1947 Amer. sl.
– SCHLAP, SHLAP make-up, esp. in theatre use …M19 sl.
– SLAP orig. applied to theatrical make-up, such as rouge or grease-paint; hence, more generally, any cosmetic make-up, esp. applied thickly or carelessly …1860 sl.
– SLOP make-up, esp. in theatre use …M19 sl.
– SPLASH make-up, cosmetics, esp, poudre de riz used to whiten the complexion …M19 sl.
– WARPAINT cosmetics, make-up …1869 sl.
– WHITENING face powder …1905 Amer. dial.
make-up – person
– EASTER EGG a woman wearing too much makeup …1967 Amer. jocular
– KINARKEY a woman wearing garish make-up …1990s W. Indies sl.
– PAINTED WOMAN a woman wearing makeup, often considered to be of ill-repute in some communities; a prostitute  …Bk1914 
– PAINTRESS † a woman who paints or rouges her face …1633
– MRS. ASTOR’S BILLY GOAT an over-made-up or overdressed person …1920s US sl.
– MRS. ASTOR’S COW an over-made-up or overdressed person …1920s US sl.
– MRS. ASTOR’S PET COW an over-made-up or overdressed person …1920s US sl.
– MRS. ASTOR’S PET HORSE an over-made-up or overdressed person …1920s US sl.
– MRS. ASTOR’S PLUSH HORSE an over-made-up or overdressed person …1920s US sl.
– TECHNICOLOR GIRL one with too much make-up …Bk1942 US sl.
– TWO-BIT WHORE a woman who uses a lot of cosmetics …1966 Amer. dial.
make-up – verbs
– DO ONE’S FACE of a woman (usually): to apply make-up …1920s sl.
– FAKE THE FATCHA to shave; to put on makeup …20C sl.
– FARCE † to paint the face …c1400
– FARD † to paint the face with ‘fard’; to hide defects and improve the complexion …a1450
– MUG UP † to paint one’s face; to put make-up on …1859 theatre sl.
– PAINT to apply make up …1382 UK sl.
– PAINT THE BARN to apply make up …2002 Can. sl.
– PATCH UP to dress fashionably; to apply make-up …1970s US homosexual sl.
– PUT ON ONE’S FACE usually of women: to put on makeup …1950s sl.
– PUT ONE’S FACE ON usually of women: to put on makeup …1950s sl.
– SLAP UP to apply make-up …M19 sl.
– TART UP to adorn; to make attractive, esp. with cheap ornaments and cosmetics …Bk2002 Aust. sl.