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  • adj. uppermost

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Examples

  • With a name like that, thou can guess what she was uppest to.

    Robert Brenner: A Thor Subject

  • I suddenly want to go out and have the kinkiest, fucked-uppest, un-politically-correctest sex of my entre life - if only to prove I'm nothing like this guy.

    Dick and Dom

  • And finally, courtesy of France, we have this nightmare fuel, only the most fucked-uppest comic book cover I ever done seen:

    Archive 2008-09-01

  • Yessuh, he de sot-uppest man in dis town 'count what you done last night.

    The Two Vanrevels

  • "Now my spetty-curls," she added, hunting in the "uppest drawer" till she found the eyeless spectacles used for playing "old lady."

    Dotty Dimple's Flyaway

  • Each of the 9 pieces convey their own story as far as how social status was viewed at the time: looks 1-2 are the lowest of the classes that consist of the vagabonds and slaves; looks 3-6 are the middle class who serve for the protection for the monarchy, such as soldiers and guards; looks 7-8 are the upper class who impose position of superiority; and lastly, look 9, which is the Queen, the "upper uppest", most revered and exalted.

    Chris Rogers Interviews Project Designer Cycle Four Winner - Ceazar

  • "Say, you should see his house, though - that's the bang-uppest place!

    THE NUMBERS

  • He and his lot thought there wasn't much to choose between anybody, especially the juniors of the Classic side, who thought they were jolly clever, but were about the biggest stuck-uppest louts he -- (Order.

    The Cock-House at Fellsgarth

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