upturned


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Synonyms for upturned

turned over completely

Synonyms for upturned

having been turned so that the bottom is no longer the bottom

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(used of noses) turned up at the end

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Hunters reported the presence of a monkey species with prominent lips and wide upturned nostrils.
However, in local dialects it is called mey nwoah, 'monkey with an upturned face.
Five of their colleagues, thought to be trapped in the hull of the upturned boat, are still missing.
The five missing crew, all Norwegian, are thought to be trapped in the hull of the upturned boat.
He was wearing protective clothing but could not reach the yacht's distress flares to raise the alarm himself because they were under the upturned hull.
Then when he did see the yacht he was concerned that he couldn't see the yachtsman, although the first reports we received said someone was clinging to the upturned hull and in obvious difficulty.
He managed to haul himself onto the hull of the upturned vessel but wasn't spotted for two hours because of fog.
29, the C-17A flew to an altitude of 6,000 feet with the QuickReach booster inside the cargo bay resting on a pallet of upturned rubber wheels.
A STRICKEN sailor was spotted enjoying a "Hamlet moment" by rescuers - on the hull of his upturned boat.
When the volunteer lifeboat crew reached him off the north coast of Anglesey, he was sitting on the upturned hull of the boat, smoking a cigar.
Upturned boats were put in place as shelters near the castle almost 100 years ago.
MARTIN had built the canopy over the bath from MDF, made the columns out of drainpipes fitted into upturned pot plant holders and added the architrave and panels to the side of the bath.
THE plan for the new Scottish Parliament to look like upturned boats has been sunk.
Or it's just a lump, momentarily interrupted in its plunge toward your now upturned face.