inverted

[ verb in-vurt; adjective, noun in-vurt ]SEE DEFINITION OF inverted
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After you turn them out, spread them on an inverted sieve to cool.

What an anomaly in political architecture, to build an inverted pyramid!

In a concave mirror the top and bottom are inverted, but this is no transposition.

A disregarded doll lay with inverted head on the counterpane.

They have read the fable of the sun and the wind backwards, and inverted the moral.

A story illustrative of this inverted view of success is worth repeating.

Its inverted wheels on their trucks had made a bower of steel about the bridegroom.

But I know of no instance in which the order of their appearance has been changed or inverted.

The hyphen is used also when the words are inverted; as "four-and-thirty," "six-and-fortieth."

The mark for the apostrophe; and also the marks for inverted commas.

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