frame up definition

  • verb:
    • To erect the original walls and roofing of an innovative new building.
    • to set up deceptive evidence to falsely implicate one of a crime; to frame.
    • To erect the original wall space and roof of a fresh building.
    • To erect the original walls and roofing of an innovative new building.
    • To arrange fraudulent proof to falsely implicate someone of a crime; to frame.
    • To arrange deceptive evidence to falsely implicate one of a crime; to framework.
    • To erect the initial walls and roof of a new building.
    • To arrange deceptive research to falsely implicate people of a crime; to framework.
    • To erect the initial walls and roofing of a new building.
    • To erect the first wall space and roofing of a unique building.
    • to prepare deceptive evidence to falsely implicate someone of a crime; to frame.
    • To erect the initial walls and roofing of a brand new building.
    • To erect the initial wall space and roof of a new building.
    • To arrange deceptive proof to falsely implicate someone of a crime; to framework.
    • to set up fraudulent evidence to falsely implicate an individual of a crime; to frame.
    • To arrange fraudulent research to falsely implicate an individual of a crime; to frame.
    • To erect the original walls and roofing of a unique building.
    • To arrange fraudulent research to falsely implicate one of a crime; to frame.

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