Antonyms for over-turned

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There is a clatter of basins on the floor or an over-turned chair.

A waiter sedately replaced a glass which Alice's drooping, negligent hand had over-turned, and wiped the cloth.

Here the cradle was over-turned near the roots of a wild fig-tree, and the infants left at the edge of the shallow waters.

So Duck crawled under the over-turned basket and sat very still.

We all know how the younger children disturb the order of the room by shouts, and by the noise of over-turned objects.

There the two antagonists rolled to and fro, striving in turn to get on top, only to be over-turned in rotation.

Stump fences are fast becoming rare with us, and these must be the over-turned stumps of first-growth pine.

The nearly empty bottle stood on the table, and an over-turned tumbler accounted for a large, dark patch on the table-cloth.

Close behind the white man a shapeless heap of fur and black flesh lay quivering upon the over-turned tent.

The boats had been under sail, and in a flash two of them were over-turned.