Origin of upside down
Related formsup·side-down, adjectiveup·side-down·ness, noun
Examples from the Web for upside down
Viewed in profile, they are upside-down mid-section silhouettes of Pippa Middleton leaning over to check your oil.
We sent Danielle back to college and assigned a mentor to help her navigate her upside-down relationship with her mother.
Manolo Blahnik, Homeland Fan: Seems like Manolo Blahnik is a fan of upside-down frowns.Allison Williams Nabs First Endorsement; Raf Simons's Dior Already a Hit|The Fashion Beast Team|February 4, 2013|DAILY BEAST
In what upside-down town is the right to freedom of the press—and the right to assemble—considered a technicality?I Was Arrested at Occupy Bronx—for Writing About It|Carla Murphy|December 10, 2011|DAILY BEAST
California's upside-down transition reflects the very different personalities and political needs of these two peculiar men.
Behind him was a boat, upside-down, which seemed just on the point of sinking out of sight.What Might Have Been Expected|Frank R. Stockton
She was staring at a drawing of a fetus lying in a sort of upside-down Yoga position inside a cross-sectioned woman's body.Special Delivery|Damon Francis Knight
But he went further, and proved her wrong—that is so far as the upside-down of it was concerned.The Rich Little Poor Boy|Eleanor Gates
I feel like Alice in Wonderland or some other upside-down world.My War Experiences in Two Continents|Sarah Macnaughtan
How upside-down and wrong-way-round a long life sees things grow.Lysistrata|Aristophanes