upper berth, upper(noun)
the higher of two berths
piece of leather or synthetic material that forms the part of a shoe or boot above the sole that encases the foot
"Uppers come in many styles"
amphetamine, pep pill, upper, speed(adj)
a central nervous system stimulant that increases energy and decreases appetite; used to treat narcolepsy and some forms of depression
the topmost one of two
higher in place or position
"the upper bunk"; "in the upper center of the picture"; "the upper stories"
superior in rank or accomplishment
"the upper half of the class"
That which is higher, contrasted with the lower.
As the restless sleeper here, I'll take the lower berth. You take the upper.
The piece of leather, etc., that forms the top part of a shoe above the sole.
A stimulant such as amphetamine that increases energy and decreases appetite.
At a higher level, rank or position.
Situated on higher ground, further inland, or more northerly.
Of a later division of some period.
Of or pertaining to a secondary school.
being further up, literally or figuratively; higher in place, position, rank, dignity, or the like; superior; as, the upper lip; the upper side of a thing; the upper house of a legislature
the upper leather for a shoe; a vamp
Chambers 20th Century Dictionary
up′ėr, adj. (comp. of up) farther up: higher in position, dignity, &c.: superior:—superl. Up′permost, Up′most.—ns. Up′per, the part of a boot or shoe above the sole and welt; Up′perhand, superiority: advantage.—adj. Up′permost, highest in place, rank, &c.: first to come into the mind.—adv. in the highest place, first.—n. Up′per-stō′ry, a story above the ground-floor: the brain.—n.pl. Up′per-ten, the wealthier or leading class in a community.—adj. Up′pish, assuming, pretentious, snobbish.—adv. Up′pishly.—n. Up′pishness. [For affix -most, cf. Aftermost, Foremost.]
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Rank popularity for the word 'Upper' in Spoken Corpus Frequency: #1898
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Rank popularity for the word 'Upper' in Written Corpus Frequency: #3694
Rank popularity for the word 'Upper' in Adjectives Frequency: #256
The numerical value of Upper in Chaldean Numerology is: 2
The numerical value of Upper in Pythagorean Numerology is: 4
Examples of Upper in a Sentence
COVID-19 doesn't follow state or national boundaries, and it will take every level of government, working together to get the upper hand on this virus.
Lower Bucks would be prime to go for Wallace. Upper Bucks would be prime to go for Fitzpatrick, to me the big question is central Bucks — all those folks are Republican or Republican-leaning but really turned off by President Trump.
A number of surgeries have rebuilt an upper or a lower lip.
National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration said this bottlenose dolphin was speared to death in May and washed up on shore on Upper Captiva Island in Florida. A reward has been posted for information in the case. ( NOAA) HUNDREDS OF DOLPHINS STRANDED, WASH UP DEAD ALONG US GULF COAST, OFFICIALS SAY The bottlenose dolphin washed up on shore on Upper Captiva Island in May. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration said the dolphin was known to area biologists when he was alive. He was last observed swimming around fishing boats and was seen with begging dolphins.
The issue of fake news on Facebook has been a hot topic for months, particularly during the recent U.S. presidential election. In one hoax article, for example, Pope Francis was falsely reported to have endorsed Donald Trump. FACEBOOK's' FAKE NEWS' HIGHLIGHTS NEED FOR SOCIAL MEDIA REVAMP, EXPERTS SAY Facebook’s Trending Topics section also fell prey to some high-profile fake stories after the social network implemented an algorithmic feed this summer. These included a false article that Fox News had fired anchor Megyn Kelly and a hoax article about the Sept. 11 attacks. On another occasion a seemingly innocent hashtag that appeared in Trending Topics linked to an inappropriate video. The social network announced Thursday that it will make it easier for users to report fake news when they see it, which they can do by clicking the upper right hand corner of a post. If enough people report a story as fake, Facebook will pass it to third-party fact-checking organizations that are part of the nonprofit Poynter Institute's International Fact-Checking Network. Five fact-checking and news organizations are working with the company on this : The Associated Press, The Associated Press, FactCheck.org, Politifact and Snopes. Facebook says this group is likely to expand. FACEBOOK BLOCKS CAR INSURER FROM PROFILING USERS In his blog post, Adam Mosseri explained that if the fact-checking organizations identify a story as a fake, it will get flagged as disputed and there will be a link to a corresponding article explaining why. Stories that have been disputed may also appear lower in News Feed, he added. While users will still be able to share these stories, they will receive a warning that the story has been disputed. Additionally, once a story is flagged, it can not be made into an ad and promoted, according to Facebook. The Menlo Park, California-based firm will also be looking for signs that a story has misled people in some way, such as instances where people are significantly less likely to share a story after reading it. FACEBOOK EMPLOYEES FUME AFTER PUSH TO CENSOR TRUMP POSTS REBUFFED Facebook, which gave a preview of its anti-fake news strategy last month, is also looking to disrupt financial incentives for spammers. On the buying side we’ve eliminated the ability to spoof domains, which will reduce the prevalence of sites that pretend to be real publications.
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- superior, altCatalan, Valencian
- kaukaisempi, korkeampi, ylempi, myöhempi, ylä-, pohjoisempiFinnish
- 윗, 웃Korean
- superior, acimaPortuguese
- hanaq, hananQuechua
- верхний, позднийRussian
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