Feeling unwell, nauseated, or ready to vomit. (adjective)
Disturbance or disruption. (noun)
An unexpected victory of a competitor that was not favored. (noun)
An overturn. (noun)
An upset stomach. (noun)
An upper set; a subset (X,â‰¤) of a partially ordered set with the property that, if x is in U and xâ‰¤y, then y is in U. (noun)
To make (a person) angry, distressed, or unhappy. (verb)
To disturb, disrupt or adversely alter (something). (verb)
To tip or overturn (something). (verb)
To defeat unexpectedly. (verb)
Examples of word upset
Sherk was one of the big victories for Edgar as he made his way to the title upset victory over B.J.
The DVD has a few roundtable discussions about the title, so I guess the title upset some folks.
I wonder whether this upset is about something other than a desire to protect American sovereignty, for, as I have pointed out, that sovereignty is in no danger from the use of persuasive authority by foreign sources, any more than it is endangered by the citation to law reviews and learned treatises.
But to be coolly flouted, and to have all the work of a term upset by three wretched youngsters, who called themselves his affectionate young friends, was a drop too much in the bucket of the "spider's" humiliation.
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