trim up, trim (v.) Old form(s): trimd vp, trim'd vp , trimm'd
decorate, array, deck out
2H4 I.iii.94[Archbishop to all, as if to the people] being now trimmed in thine own desires
E3 IV.iv.16[Audley to Prince Edward, of Charles] the braving Duke of Normandy, / Hath trimmed the mountain on our right hand up / In shining plate
RJ IV.iv.25[Capulet to Nurse, of Juliet] Go and trim her up
Tem V.i.294[Prospero to Caliban, of his cell] trim it handsomely
TS induction.2.38[Lord to Sly] We'll have thee to a couch ... / On purpose trimmed up for Semiramis
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