Of good morals; practicing ethical values. (adjective)
in or into an upright position (adverb)
Any vertical part of a structure, especially one of the goal posts in sports. (noun)
A word clued by the successive initial, middle, or final letters of the cross-lights in a double acrostic or triple acrostic. (noun)
An upright piano. (noun)
Examples of word upright
Mr. Woods was raised by his mother in what he calls an "upright Southern Baptist" environment in Manchester, Ga.
The prayer of the upright is as much his delight as ever it was, and the promises which are pleaded and put in suit in prayer are still yea and amen, inviolably sure.
Therefore the prayer of the upright is his delight, because he is a friend of God, and he loves him who, though he have not yet attained, is following after righteousness, aiming at it and pressing towards it, as St. Paul, Phil. iii.
He has assured us that the prayer of the upright is his delight; he smelled a sweet savour from Noah's sacrifice, and the spiritual sacrifices are no less acceptable, 1 Pet. ii.
God; the prayer of the upright is his delight, and therefore, we may hope, shall avail much, if it be an effectual fervent prayer.