upper[ uhp-er ]SEE DEFINITION OF upper
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR UPPER
But the upper edges are ragged, torn by a wind not yet felt below.
At that moment there was an uproar from the upper part of the hotel.
The chief stock was settled at Liberton, in the upper part of Clydesdale.
His brother lay upon his bed, at the upper end of a long bed-chamber.
But the terrible thing about him was the death's-head look of the upper part of him.
It is a Scotch bow, I see, for the upper nock is without and the lower within.
Lifting myself to catch the upper scent, I winded a man that was not of Ty-uonyi.
All the houses were of two stories, of which the upper was open on the sides, and used for sleeping.
"We were going to hunt up a parson in Upper Chester," said the Captain, sheepishly.
There are forty-one of these ribs, twenty-one on the upper and twenty on the lower plane.