Words nearby upturned
Definition for upturned (2 of 2)
verb (used with object)
verb (used without object)
Examples from the Web for upturned
But, as the crinkled and upturned noses of the techie rich attest, the city has an abundance of street people.Clean Crack Pipes for All! San Francisco’s Final Social Justice Frontier|Michael Daly|January 31, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Atop her head sat an upturned, dented little metal bucket—recycling turned into millinery.Paris Fashion Week: Redefining Femininity at Comme des Garçons and Rick Owens|Robin Givhan|September 30, 2012|DAILY BEAST
She was the observer, not us, which she underlined by bringing out a camera and photographing the upturned crowd.
Tears were so ready and came first into my closed eyes and then spilled vividly on my upturned—by him—cheeks.
Hollister bent his head quite low, looking straight down into her upturned face.An Ambitious Woman|Edgar Fawcett
One open palm, extended to ease his fall, fell upon the upturned features of a cold and clammy face.The Oakdale Affair|Edgar Rice Burroughs
When he reached the account of the fight at the grave, he paused and looked at her upturned face.The Road to Frontenac|Samuel Merwin
Dorothy took the dowager's hand and looked down earnestly and affectionately into her upturned gaze.The Vanity Girl|Compton Mackenzie
He glanced down at her quickly, into the pale, upturned face and the wide staring dark eyes.The People of the Black Circle|Robert E. Howard