Definition of 'trumped-up'
Example sentences containing 'trumped-up'
Millions died in the last war for some trumped-up cause and there was nothing at all beautiful about it.DREAMS OF INNOCENCE (2001)
Later the newspapers reveal that Lady Columbia, `society hostess", has no right to her title, and is a trumped-up nouvelle riche.SPLITTING (2001)
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