Definition of "frame-up"
  1. It refers to actions taken where a person is deliberately made to appear guilty of wrongdoing
How to use "frame-up" in a sentence
  1. He accused the police of a frame-up to make him look guilty of the crime.
  2. In a surprising turn, the lawyer proved that the case against his client was a frame-up.
  3. During the trial, evidence surfaced suggesting a possible frame-up orchestrated by unknown parties.

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