Rising vs Getup - What's the difference?
As nouns the difference between rising and getup
is that rising
is rebellion while getup
is (chiefly|us|informal) a costume or outfit, especially one that is ostentatious or otherwise unusual.
As a verb rising
As an adjective rising
is going up.
As a preposition rising
is (us|slang|dated) more than; exceeding; upwards of.
The act of something that rises.
(US, dated) A dough and yeast mixture which is allowed to ferment.
- the risings and fallings of a thermometer
- salt rising'''; milk '''rising
* get up
(chiefly, US, informal) A costume or outfit, especially one that is ostentatious or otherwise unusual.
* 1917 , "
- When near the buildings I met a white man, in such an unexpected elegance of get–up that in the first moment I took him for a sort of vision.
1,200 Reading Firemen March," Reading Eagle (Pennsylvania, USA), 28 Oct. p. 4:
* 2009 , "
- The Schnitzelbank Band, each member attired in an odd getup , received many comments for the manner in which the men marched.
Worried They Will Miss the War: Inside the Mind of West Point's Class of 2009," Newsweek , 6 June:
(informal) A fight or altercation.
* 2002 , Andrea Sachs, "
- [A] parade of costumed cadets trots by: a shark costume, an Uncle Sam getup and three young men in form-fitting bodysuits.
Caricature Builder," Time , 21 Jan.:
(publishing) Layout and production style, as of a magazine.
- "A bully. Picked on fellows. He loved to fight. But I never saw him in a getup with a fellow his own size."
* all get up
* get up