up-set

[ verb, adjective uhp-set; noun uhp-set ]SEE DEFINITION OF up-set

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Folks an' de Gov'ment, too, seem lak dey was all up-set an' threatened lak.

The whole land was now up-set; in the South the white men had no work; and the slaves did not know how to care for them-selves.

The “up-set” type of soda and acid extinguisher was adapted by Meyerose in St. Louis in 1891.

The blood recoiled backward to his heart, and the sickening sensation that beset his brain threatened to up-set his reason.