- upset the applecart,
- upsetting lever,
- upsetting moment,
- upside down,
- upside the head,
- upside-down cake,
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The upshot of these contradictory findings is that most people have trouble believing the figures produced by either side.
The upshot is to immerse oneself in a crash course on institutional racism and police brutality.
The upshot is, you can expect to be touched, even to the point of tears, as well as moved to chortles and guffaws.Comedy Is His Calling: The Brilliance of Billy Crystal|Tom Shales|April 18, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The upshot is that, with each passing month, Americans effectively use less petroleum to get around.July was the Greenest Month Ever for U.S. Car Sales|Anna Batchelor|August 6, 2013|DAILY BEAST
The upshot is that the trade deficit, $702 billion in 2008, is shrinking—in real terms and as a percentage of the economy.
To their chagrin, to that of Feldmarschall Munnich and many others: the upshot of which will be visible before long.History of Friedrich II. of Prussia, Vol. XI. (of XXI.)|Thomas Carlyle
However, the upshot of it all had been that Rafael simply discovered how weak he was.The Torrent|Vicente Blasco Ibaez
The upshot was that, to Byron's inexpressible humiliation, in less than a year she left him, never to return.Beacon Lights of History, Volume XIII|John Lord
Nobody in the town doubted that a duel between him and Nikoliev was inevitable—nay, they even began to bet about the upshot of it.The Duel|A. I. Kuprin
The upshot was that he gaed to the window an' stood glowrin' at Dule Water.