upside-down

[ US /ˈəpsaɪdˌdaʊn/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. being in such a position that top and bottom are reversed
    a quotation mark is sometimes called an inverted comma
    an upside-down cake
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How To Use upside-down In A Sentence

  • The image is upside-down and reversed left-to-right.
  • It has a warmer feel, thanks to teal walls, blonde wood and large light fixtures like softly glowing upside-down umbrellas.
  • an upside-down cake
  • When she came out with her infantile one-liner about turning Herman Cain's "9-9-9" plan upside down and discovering that "the devil's in the details" 999 is 666 upside-down, geddit? GOP presidential economics debate in New Hampshire - as it happened
  • She often rocks, sways, twirls, jumps, climbs, leaps, gyrates and gets into upside-down positions.
  • a trackball is essentially an upside-down mouse
  • Here's hoping that there is no deeper symbolism in the fact that the Namibian flag was hanging upside-down outside the High Court yesterday.
  • Blake began the upside-down crawl on the net, his hands and feet hooking themselves into holes in the net like it was instinct.
  • If her bust measurement and shoulders are than her hips, she started as an Upside-Down Triangle; she can opt for a straightish silhouette, or for a Pear shape because she still goes OUT at the waistline, remember? Are you a Ruler or an Apple? - A Dress A Day
  • The sinuosity of the loft is taken back by the upside-down cones that, I suspended as stalactites, they channel downward the light Coni Rovesci by Duilio Damilano
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