overturn


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Synonyms for overturn

to turn or cause to turn from a vertical or horizontal position

to bring about the downfall of

Synonyms for overturn

the act of upsetting something

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an improbable and unexpected victory

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cause to overturn from an upright or normal position

rule against

cause the downfall of

change radically

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McCain fields Arkle second favourite Overturn as well as Stan James Champion Hurdle hope Cinders And Ashes, who has a "massive each-way chance" according to the trainer.
I don't think anybody needs to question the way Overturn is ridden," he said.
OVERTURN turned in another superb frontrunning display to keep his unbeaten record over fences intact in the Scottish Arkle Novices' Chase at Musselburgh.
LEADING Arkle hope Overturn faces three opponents as he completes his preparations for the Cheltenham Festival in the Scottish Arkle Novices' Chase at Musselburgh today.
Nicky Henderson's sevenyear-old had ground to make up with Overturn on last month's running of the Fighting Fifth Hurdle at Newcastle but market confidence saw him sent off the 5-4 favourite.
OVERTURN is taken to spoil the party for Binocular as the pair clash in the Stanjames.
This decision by the higher appeals court had nothing to do with the merits of our case but with the right of a court to overturn an arbitrator's decision.
The Florida legislature could have easily saved Schiavo's life by simply passing a law that demanded no feeding tube be removed from any person in the state not suffering from a terminal illness and by impeaching any activist judge who tried to overturn its law.
Kohl-Welles, a Democrat, has introduced a bill to overturn the law, which made it a misdemeanor to slander any female older than 12 by uttering "any false or defamatory words or language which shall injure or impair the reputation of any such female for virtue or chastity or which shall expose her to hatred, contempt, or ridicule.
Supreme Court's decision to overturn sodomy laws in 2003 and the Massachusetts supreme judicial court's decision to legalize marriage for same-sex couples this year together appear to signal a tectonic shift in regard to gay equality in the legal system.
According to USA Today, banks said they would renew their fight to overturn restrictions on how they can share customer information.
For good measure, it would also retroactively overturn all existing rulings in this area and establish a mechanism for impeaching federal judges who dare to uphold church-state separation
On appeal, the taxpayer contended that Miller was incorrectly decided and urged the Ninth Circuit to overturn it.
The result has been a growing body of conservative law which, because it is championed by lifetime-tenured judges and inscribed in precedents that are difficult (sometimes impossible) for legislatures to overturn, looks to extend the Reagan legacy well into the next century.
Specifically, these "clarifying" amendments overturn Resman Holdings Limited and Dex Resources Limited v.