In what upside-down town is the right to freedom of the press—and the right to assemble—considered a technicality?
Another girl, pale and thin with a slight smile, had affixed an upside-down black cross to her forehead.
Manolo Blahnik, Homeland Fan: Seems like Manolo Blahnik is a fan of upside-down frowns.
We sent Danielle back to college and assigned a mentor to help her navigate her upside-down relationship with her mother.
California's upside-down transition reflects the very different personalities and political needs of these two peculiar men.
If his nose had been upside-down, he would have made that respectable.
But Bunyip Bluegum said, 'Why not turn him upside-down and sit on him?'
"Well, to-morrow all Arcis will be upside-down about it," said Achille Pigoult.
"I tell you it will turn us upside-down," stormed the president.
After all, she may be a pirate, and the upside-down ensign a decoy.
late 15c., earlier upsadoun (late 14c.), up so down (c.1300); the so perhaps meaning "as if."