from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Something, such as the cuff on a trouser leg, that is turned up or can be turned up.
- adj. Turned up or capable of being turned up.
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- n. The cuff on a trouser leg that is, or can be turned up.
- n. The next card taken from the top of a pack of cards and displayed.
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- n. the lap consisting of a turned-back hem encircling the end of the sleeve or leg
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Clover seed works spring and fall, I plant turnips in the summer as Flip said turnup seed is very afordable and go along way.
Concerns regarding installation, order delays, or activation/turnup issues related to Qwest iQ Networking products (such as the popular Qwest Office Connect product):
With the landline I can turnup the volume enough that I can take the hearing aids out and listen.
She required frequent tendingwhat a turnup it was, Mamma ill and Sickly Rose her nurse!
A good turnup tonight - 2 Steves, Peter, Mark, Barrie, Leigh & Jim.
He is well aware that the Kerry campaign is saying turnup is up and that benefits them.
Molopo Sun. It will be their second appearance in court, after it was postponed for the first time when some of them failed to turnup for the hearing since their suspension.
He was a man of medium size, with a pair of small eyes, and a turnup nose.
Not long after the foregoing act and scene, Johnson had a spell of sickness that reduced his abdominal dimensions considerably, and, in his own expressive language, "I got so I couldn't eat nuther turnup greens nur hog's gullicks, and like to a pegged out, and left Patsey a poor reflicted widder upon this sinful, villanus world -- these mundanious shores uv mortality."
I want some hog's gullicks and turnup greens right smack now.