Antonyms for topsy turvy

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Since the churching of Tessibel Skinner, everything had been topsy turvy.

The caprice of the spirit of Topsy Turvy is quite wonderful.

Besides, you have not won the race yet, although Caleb says it is a good thing for Topsy Turvy if you ride.

Topsy Turvy looked as fit as hands could make him, but he had top weight, and there were half a dozen good horses in the race.

Winifred watched the finish eagerly, she wondered if Topsy Turvy would get up and beat the favourite.

Topsy Turvy dashed down the course, pulling double, and there was no mistaking the resolute style in which he galloped.

Mr. Slack said he was very much obliged to you and that the whole blessed ship was topsy turvy.

The young fellow who rode Topsy Turvy yesterday I can lay hands on pretty quick, and no doubt he'll find his chum.

Bunks, down in the hatch, collapsed and things in general were topsy turvy all night.

Besides, I have got here a most amusing book, 'Topsy Turvy;' it comes out in numbers.