"upturned" changed to "up-turned" to be consistent with other usage.
Dan winked through the sawdust that fell on his up-turned face.
Herbert Dare bent down and took a kiss from the up-turned face.
“Quite too small, my dear,” she remarked, with up-turned nose.
His face was plain, with receding chin and forehead, and up-turned nose.
There is no mistaking that failing pulse, and that up-turned eye.
Why has the scent lain so hot over the up-turned heavy ground?
"Parting is such a sweet pain," said the lover, bending to kiss the tempting, up-turned lips.
There was the spotted heifer, with an up-turned nose, and eyes with corners pointing toward the stars.
She was held by an ankle over a sea of up-turned faces, but by her happy, inverted smile she seemed unconscious of her danger.