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Alternative form of make-work.
(chiefly US) An activity or task assigned or undertaken for the sake of activity or busy-ness, rather than because of a particular need. [from 20th c.]
From make +"Ž work.
Applications which make work a bit easier, or relieve the potential tedium of a long journey.
The classic one piece can be difficult to make work with this body type because it may bunch unflatteringly in the middle; without enough tension, the straps tend to slip off the shoulders.
Take the time to select a template that you can really customize and make work for yourself and your company.
Molly was need deep in her make-work chore and Martha was feeding Claire.
We were finding make work at the office increasingly boring but I suspected our absence would produce unwanted curiosity.
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