“The word topsy entered the English language in 1528 as part of the assonant adverb topsy-turvy.”
“By beating the crowd favorites in topsy-turvy matches, No. 6 Dementieva and No. 9 Kuznetsova became the first Russian women to reach a U.S.”
“Stan Collymore (LIVERPOOL v Newcastle, 1996) The phrase topsy-turvy is too lightweight to describe just how breathtaking this match was.”
“The phrase topsy-turvy is too lightweight to describe just how breathtaking this match was.”
“Everything socially is what I may call topsy - turvy.”
“I seriously feel like I'm in some kind of topsy turvy world arguing with people about this.”
“What kind of topsy-turvy world are we living in that says a convicted criminal is better Army material than an Arabic translator, say, who happens to be homosexual?”
“But then, this is precisely the kind of topsy-turvy conundrum that experimental tourism throws up the whole time.”
“Soon, people started asking us for various herbs and edible plants and the nursery grew like 'topsy'.”
“What kind of topsy-turvy world is it when Team USA is playing for a championship and Italy is at home?”
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