Antonyms for bottomed

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Chairs are bottomed at prices ranging from one shilling and upwards.

Arrived at camp, I found that the rock-hole was bottomed, and now quite dry.

At seven feet I "bottomed" on the hard snow, without result.

The beds were bottomed with rope which was run backward and forward from one rail to the other.

It was his opinion, then, that Treaties ought to be bottomed on a law before they can have any binding influence.

New shafts have been bottomed on rich ground, and the remittances of gold are gradually on the increase.

The ponies thudded dispiritedly along a sandy wash which bottomed the canyon.

The cellar had two feet of stagnant water in it, and was bottomed with six inches of soft mud.

Bottomed by the one in homeliness, his character was by the other drawn upward to the height of human nobility and aspiration.

Those flat bottomed boats with their large heavy awnings are very cranky.