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- verb poetic Alternative form of
- verb poetic, transitive To
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I did hammer him, wasn't "upsot," and bought Clodhopper.
She remembers the days of war, how when the battle of Atlanta was raging they heard the distant rumble of cannon, and how "upsot" they all were.
Iffn hee gitz upsot abowt taht, tehn himz traiin tew pul a fass wun.
When she give her hand at partin 'an' says, "Thank you for bein 'so kind to me," he couldn't say a single word in answer, he were so bashful an 'upsot.
"Some scamp of a fellow followed her all the way home an 'it's upsot her."
Things are a bit upsot, as if she'd gone off in a hurry, an 'he finds a little letter on the table as says, "I've gone to the Bonnys', dear Joe -- it was so lonesome without you. "
An 'de train rocks so, laik a cradle, dat I done most upsot ebery time.
They used a lot of peachtree leaves too for fever, and when the stomach got upsot we'd crush the leaves, pour water over them and wouldn't let them drink any other kind of water 'till they wuz better.
I'm old enough to be yer grandfather, so ye needn't git upsot at what I say.
When Parson John is dug out of snow-banks every week, when his sleigh gits upsot an 'throws' im into the ditch, no one outside the parish ever hears of it.