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upsa-daisy

[uhp-suh-dey-zee] /ˈʌp səˈdeɪ zi/
interjection
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British Dictionary definitions for upsadaisy

upsadaisy

/ˈʌpsəˈdeɪzɪ/
interjection
1.
a variant of upsy-daisy

upsy-daisy

/ˈʌpsɪˈdeɪzɪ/
interjection
1.
an expression, usually of reassurance, uttered as when someone, esp a child, stumbles or is being lifted up
Word Origin
C18 up-a-daisy, irregularly formed from up (adv)
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