lies, a ruse, a subterfuge, a false charge.
|Und. Nights 98: Apart from the slur on his reputation of having fallen for a get-up by the Yard, Dusty wasn’t so down-hearted.|
|Sir, You Bastard 47: It could have been a get up.|
|(con. c.1900) East End Und. 192: It was a summons for assaulting a policeman. I knew it was a get-up.in Samuel|
|Raiders 135: He was living like a king on the proceeds of a get-up he was working.|
|Viva La Madness 374: Ted was never dead. It was a get-up — he was being threatened.|