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Synonyms for overturn

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

References in periodicals archive ?
KARACHI -- An oil tanker overturned and burst into flames on a Karachi flyover in the Sher Shah area of the port city on Wednesday.
Summary: The 28-year-old lost control over his vehicle before the car overturned on Maliha Road
Lawmakers voted 241-186 Tuesday in favor of overturning the veto, but they needed a two-thirds majority, or 285 votes, to send the overturn measure over to the Senate.
Head it!" You see, when it comes to the Racing Post Arkle, and Overturn, you must use your head, not your heart (or your feet).
Trainer Donald McCain played a big part in persuading the racecourse to put on an extra two-mile novice chase and the track has been rewarded with last season's Champion Hurdle runnerup Overturn facing a fascinating duel with the Nicky Henderson-trained Tetlami.
APHA spoke out July 10 against a House effort to overturn the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act.
The man applied brakes, causing his vehicle to swerve, hit a lamppost and overturn.
DONALD McCain is keeping an eye on the ground at Punchestown ahead of Overturn's planned run at next week's Festival meeting.
HENRY BROOKE could get the chance of grabbing some Flat race glory aboard top weight Overturn in Saturday's John Smith's Northumberland Plate at Newcastle.
Summary: Madrid - Twelve people were injured, three of whom seriously, in the overturn of a bus in JaE[umlaut]n (South Spain), which was commuting Moroccan passengers, said consular sources in Seville.
Supporters of traditional marriage realize the importance of the parliamentary vote and that another opportunity to overturn the same-sex 'marriage' legislation may not present itself in the near future.
"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.