upside

[ UK /ˈʌpsa‍ɪd/ ]
[ US /ˈəpˈsaɪd/ ]
NOUN
  1. the highest or uppermost side of anything
    only the top side of the box was painted
    put your books on top of the desk
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How To Use upside In A Sentence

  • The image is upside-down and reversed left-to-right.
  • Assemble the table on a level surface, turn the top wheel upside down and place the seat wheel on top of it.
  • It has a warmer feel, thanks to teal walls, blonde wood and large light fixtures like softly glowing upside-down umbrellas.
  • In other words, you can adjust the zoom and camera angle to be as far away or as close up as possible, and as upside down and round about as you like.
  • Each evening, before retiring, the careful wife sees that a hocho, or kitchen knife, is laid upon the kitchen floor, and covered with a kanadarai, or brazen wash - basin, on the upturned bottom of which is placed a single straw sandal, of the noiseless sort called zori, also turned upside down. Glimpses of Unfamiliar Japan Second Series
  • If he has managed to get rid of all the bad news, amounting to £1.3bn of exceptionals, which led to the company reporting a net loss of £1.02 bn, then there should be room for considerable upside in the group's fortunes over the next year.
  • And a younger, sprier Edwards fearlessly taunted his tormentor, U.S. Attorney John Volz, once rising to his feet for a toast in a French Quarter bar while trilling, “When my moods are over, and my time has come to pass, I hope they bury me upside down, so Volz can kiss my ass.” FLY FISHING WITH DARTH VADER
  • an upside-down cake
  • The upside of this setup is that it can accept either balanced or unbalanced signal input.
  • Upside The location is convenient and set to become more so. Times, Sunday Times
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