nip and tuck

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Synonyms for nip and tuck

nearly equivalent or even

Synonyms for nip and tuck

plastic surgery to remove wrinkles and other signs of aging from your face

inconclusive as to outcome

even or close in a race or competition or comparison

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I had a goal in mind when I got Nip and Tuck, I wanted to use them to farm with, but I wasn't sure how to accomplish that.
Specific topics that will be covered in the Nip and Tuck series are as follows:
The Cayenne is getting a nip and tuck after four years on the market.
The cosmetic nip and tuck amounts to little more than some subtle styling alterations front and back plus revised headlamps.
There she took on Wrexham's rising star Jo Nicholson, and after a nip and tuck opening nine holes, the Creigiau golfer, who is enjoying a splendid season, spurted to the front and stayed there.
After plenty of preening, and more than a bit of a nip and tuck, the team's hard work left Mel looking tauter, if not much happier.
Countdown's Carol Vorderman has revealed she wouldn't be averse to a little nip and tuck at some point in the future.
A nip and tuck is the order of the day for Skoda's 2005 Fabia model range.
The top three sides in the Premiership are away from the rest but the next section of the table is really nip and tuck.
The next three weeks were nip and tuck - the next two years a battle for the will to live.