(Entry 1 of 3) 1 : in complete confusion or disorder. 2 : upside down or upside down : upside down. upside down.
Adverb. : in complete confusion or disorder.
We’ve been through the same crazy, upside-down situation before. Because when things are balanced in this topsy-turvy world, the owner should be the man with the first claim. The whole discussion is turned on its head. That seems a bit on its head to me.
upside down (adv.)
1) “highest point” + obsolete terve “upside down, overturn”, from Old English teaflian “overturn, overturn”, from Proto-Germanic * terbanan (also source of Old High German zerben “turn around”).
Backwards or upside down; disorderly; chaotic. (idiomatic) Alternative spelling of upside down. A state of confusion.
No, Turvy is not in the Scrabble dictionary.
Answer: The country is called upside down country because people walk in its hands, buses drive on seas, boats drive on roads, children go to school at night, etc.… .
< li>She suddenly had a slight headache.
He was obviously tipsy and was singing a French song in a hoarse, broken voice while putting an arm around the nearest soldier. Went to the pub for lunch and felt a bit tipsy! So a fiver can get you pretty tipsy! Timmy I’m a lightweight, so 1 glass of wine gets me very tipsy!
Topsy-Turvy is a 1999 British musical drama written and directed by Mike Leigh, starring Allan Corduner as Sir Arthur Sullivan and Jim Broadbent as W.S. Gilbert, along with Timothy Spall, Lesley Manville and Ron Cook.
: have, work with, or be done with fewer than the normal or necessary number of people.
A pie made from corn seasoned with spices and cheese rectum. Anal ride. Climb
What kind of word is upside down? As described above, “upside down” is an adjective.
[Slang], OK. (or okay), tasty, satisfying.
The things that are turned upside down at home are: (i) The newspapers are not arranged by date. You have to search the whole stack to find the newspaper you need. (ii) The keys are not in their right place and you are looking for them everywhere.