topsy-turvydom love

Definitions

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  • noun a state of extreme confusion and disorder

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Examples

  • Nepal: Polity for Peace yahooBuzzArticleHeadline = 'Nepal: Polity for Peace'; yahooBuzzArticleSummary = 'Article: The article deals with the political dilemmas of ongoing peace and constitution building process of Nepal and it provides possible ways out of the topsy-turvydom.

    Nepal: Polity for Peace

  • Nepal and it provides possible ways out of the topsy-turvydom.

    Nepal: Polity for Peace

  • John Adams Race, who had hitherto known only miracles of science, never found himself able in after-years to describe the topsy-turvydom of the next few days.

    The Complete Father Brown

  • John Adams Race, who had hitherto known only miracles of science, never found himself able in after-years to describe the topsy-turvydom of the next few days.

    The Complete Father Brown

  • For these two men on the tower were left alone with the most terrible aspect of Gothic; the monstrous foreshortening and disproportion, the dizzy perspectives, the glimpses of great things small and small things great; a topsy-turvydom of stone in the mid-air.

    The Father Brown Omnibus

  • For these two men on the tower were left alone with the most terrible aspect of Gothic; the monstrous foreshortening and disproportion, the dizzy perspectives, the glimpses of great things small and small things great; a topsy-turvydom of stone in the mid-air.

    The Complete Father Brown

  • For these two men on the tower were left alone with the most terrible aspect of Gothic; the monstrous foreshortening and disproportion, the dizzy perspectives, the glimpses of great things small and small things great; a topsy-turvydom of stone in the mid-air.

    The Complete Father Brown

  • There must have been something in that topsy-turvydom to take the fancy of that darkly fanciful man.

    The Complete Father Brown

  • But this new spiritual dread was a more awful thing than had been the mere spiritual topsy-turvydom symbolised by the paralytic who pursued him.

    The Man Who Was Thursday

  • There must have been something in that topsy-turvydom to take the fancy of that darkly fanciful man.

    The Complete Father Brown

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