- v. present participle of up-end.
“I'm not naïve enough to think that consumers will read this and begin a groundswell movement that results in up-ending the way the game is currently played.”
“I'm not naÃ¯ve enough to think that consumers will read this and begin a groundswell movement that results in up-ending the way the game is currently played.”
“Governor Andrew Cuomo is up-ending the dysfunction in Albany, and along the way has only fueled speculation that he could be one of the leading Democrats for the White House in 2016.”
“Our biggest concern in up-ending our life was the impact on our daughters: Mary, then 11, and Grace, 7.”
“Kertesz's comedy is all about up-ending expectations and stereotypes.”
“The South African remains one of the best players never to win Wimbledon, a serene Zen-master of the serve-and-volley game who breezed to the final back in 1985, up-ending Jimmy Connors and reigning champion John McEnroe without breaking a set.”
“Also, Palin's an attractive, younger woman who is v conservative and has good, albeit short, track record of up-ending entrenched politicians.”
“Instead he marks the ground or adjusts the natural features of a place by up-ending stones for example, or making simple traces.”
“I, or favorite facet from any of my books, is the up-ending of the back cover blurb system into a performance field for readers.”
“In 1993, he declared that men and women should be free to worship alongside each other - in one stroke up-ending the taboo that for centuries consigned women to the first floor of a mosque, peering down through wooden latticework at the shaykh and his male devotees.”
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