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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Cover with the upturned plate, cook on high for 1 minute 20 secs.
Rhinopithecus Strykeri, known in the local dialect as monkey with an upturned face, was found last year by scientists from Flora and Fauna International looking at gibbons in forests 10,000ft above sea level.
strykeri is known as "mey nwoah" - "monkey with an upturned face" - in the local language.
Hunters reported the presence of a monkey species with prominent lips and wide upturned nostrils.
Five of their colleagues, thought to be trapped in the hull of the upturned boat, are still missing.
ALERT...An upturned tree root serves as a lookout post.
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.
A LONE fisherman was plucked from the freezing North Sea yesterday after clinging to his upturned boat for two hours.
A Spanish architect, who submitted an "upturned boat" design, has been picked to lead the team creating the new look for Scotland's Parliament.
Its wide-open plaster eyes and large, slightly upturned nose with long, thin nostrils are stylistically similar to the faces of plaster statues previously unearthed beneath houses at the Jordanian site, the scientists note.
He also stated that ' we were directed to the party secretariat and we registered our protest there and the leadership of the party assured us that our wishes will not be upturned.
A STRICKEN sailor was spotted enjoying a "Hamlet moment" by rescuers - on the hull of his upturned boat.
Upturned boats were put in place as shelters near the castle almost 100 years ago.
Serra's vast, curved planes of rusting steel occupy one of the key spaces in Gehry's building (AR December 1997); a long double-height gallery like an upturned hull, that radiates out from the central atrium.