Upright Definition

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1. 'When I first got on it I thought it would never work and at a slow speed it's almost impossible to keep upright. 1
2. "Come here, I want to show you this, " Ms. Ono said as she led a visitor toward a Steinway upright piano in a glass case. 1
3. "The lower part of the body, which includes the foot, the shin bone and the thigh bone clearly shows us that this species was an upright walking creature," he said. 1
4. "The lower part of the body, which includes the foot, the shin bone(15 clearly shows us that this species was an upright walking creature, " he said. 1
5. A . Sit upright or elevate head of bed 45 to 90 degrees for bedridden client if possible. 1
6. A device usually consisting of two upright posts supporting a crossbeam from which a noose is suspended and used for execution by hanging; a gallows tree. 1
7. A drunk was standing in the middle of the street, swaying uncertainly and trying hard to stay upright. 1
8. A fabulous drive from Knell cannoned back off the Cliftonville upright from fully 25 yards - and the visitors breathed again. 1
9. A man stood, rakish and upright, and stared at the fences. 1
10. A park spokesman said that al its 19 dolphins have been on a low fat diet since late August, when they started failing to hit jumping targets and keep upright while treading water. 1
11. A passer-by looks at a woman sleeping in an upright bed secured to the wall of a high-rise building in the Japanese capital, Tokyo. 1
12. A prehistoric megalithic structure consisting of two or more upright stones with a capstone, typically forming a chamber. 1
13. A prehistoric monument of a class found chiefly in the British Isles and northern France, consisting of a single tall, upright megalith. 1
14. A self - locking structure, can simplify the uprighting and locking of a foldable middle - grade bulk - goods container. 1
15. A similar technique to correct the mesial impaction of other molars was reported in this article. The resolutions of clinical problems while molar uprighting were also proposed. 1
16. A small lamp was mounted on an upright stanchion near the head of each staircase. 1
17. A whale shark tilts upright and yanks on a net, trying to make off with a fisherman's catch. 1
18. A, thought up, obey Ji's school rules in the school , behavior morally upright, stability, condescension. 1
19. According to an upright government scientist, who just rnight have been tipped off by a private expert. 1
20. According to anthropologists , the earliest ancestors of humans that stood upright resembled chimpanzees facially , whit sloping foreheads and protruding brows. 1
21. According to anthropologists, the earliest ancestors of human that stood upright resembled chimpanzees facially , with slopping foreheads and protruding brows. 1
22. According to anthropologists, the earliest ancestors of humans that stood upright resembled chimpanzees facially, with sloping foreheads and protruding brows. 1
23. According to ishhropologists, the earliest ancestors of humans that stood upright resembled chimpanzees facially, with sloping foreheads and protruding brows. 1
24. Act uprightly and despise calumny. Dirt may stick to a mud wall , but not polish'd marble. 1
25. Act uprightly and despise calumny. Dirt may stick to a mud wall ,(This website/calumny.html) but not polish'd marble. 1
26. Act uprightly and despise calumny. Dirt may stick to a mud wall, but not polished marble. 1
27. Act uprightly, and despise calumny. Dirt may stick to mud wall , but not polish'd marble. 1
28. After feeding the baby, put him upright, have him lean against your shoulder and burp him. 1
29. After hearing the news, he stood their bolt upright and didn't say a word. 1
30. After one treatment the fish has made rapid progress and is now able to swim upright. 1
 

Upright

[ˈəpˌrīt]

ADJECTIVE

uprights (plural noun)

  - (of a person) sitting or standing with the back straight.

  - (of a person or their behavior) strictly honorable or honest.

ADVERB

  - in or into a vertical position.

NOUN

  - a post or rod fixed vertically, especially as a structural support.

  - an upright piano.

Synonyms

List of Prefixes

A-
Afro-
After-
Ambi-
Amphi-
An-
Ana-
Anglo-
Ante-
Anti-
Ap-
Apo-
Arch-
Astro-
Auto-
Back-
Be-
Bi-

List of Suffixes

-Acy
-Al
-Ance
-Ence
-Dom
-Er
-Or
-Ism
-Ist
-Ity
-Ty
-Ment
-Ness
-Ship
-Sion
-Tion
-Ate
-En