If the court verdict had favored Port Said, Cairenes say, the capital's own ultras would have turned Cairo upside down.
“I jumped over a few cars, almost turned it upside down in a pond and came out on top of all four tires,” she wrote in an email.
Or did the planet just spin on its axis when all those nines became zeroes and tip us upside down and shake out all our values?
Not since Crocodile Dundee graced our movie screens has a man from down under turned our world so upside down.
No wonder it results in telling the humor of the upside down, the original Jewish ironical narrative of comedy.
He filled his long pipe full of tobacco, and then he tilted it upside down and sucked in the light of the candle.
Whenever he emptied a bottle, he would turn it upside down and shake it.
If any of the upside down boys see me with you they'll suspect I've given the thing away.
When the jelly and the birds are cold, see that no gravy hangs to the birds, and then lay them upside down in the jelly.
Having drained the cup of Wagnerism and turned it upside down, is he now going to school with Mozart?
late 15c., earlier upsadoun (late 14c.), up so down (c.1300); the so perhaps meaning "as if."