Make-do



[meyk-doo] /ˈmeɪkˌdu/

noun, plural make-dos.
1.
something that serves as a substitute, especially of an inferior or expedient nature:
We had to get along with make-dos during the war.
adjective
2.
used as a substitute; makeshift:
make-do curtains.

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