Synonym: agitate, bother, capsize, confuse, defeat, disturb, fluster, overthrow, overturn, overwhelm, perturb, revolution, ruffle, shake, tip over, trouble, unnerve, unsettle. Similar words: upstairs, glimpse, collapse, set, set off, set out, set up, asset. Meaning: [ʌp'set] n. 1. an unhappy and worried mental state 2. the act of disturbing the mind or body 3. condition in which there is a disturbance of normal functioning 4. a tool used to thicken or spread metal (the end of a bar or a rivet etc.) by forging or hammering or swaging 5. the act of upsetting something 6. an improbable and unexpected victory. v. 1. disturb the balance or stability of 2. cause to lose one's composure 3. move deeply 4. cause to overturn from an upright or normal position 5. form metals with a swage 6. defeat suddenly and unexpectedly. adj. 1. afflicted with or marked by anxious uneasiness or trouble or grief 2. thrown into a state of disarray or confusion 3. used of an unexpected defeat of a team favored to win 4. mildly physically distressed 5. having been turned so that the bottom is no longer the bottom.
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1) Don't upset the apple-cart.
2) My baby gets upset when I leave the room.
3) Naturally, I get upset when things go wrong.
4) I upset the soup all over the table.
5) He was too upset to be rational.
6) Don't get so upset about it!
7) After she died I felt very,(http://sentencedict.com/upset.html) very upset.
8) A flurry of wind upset the small boat.
9) A large wave upset the boat.
10) Nothing ever seems to upset him.
11) I have a right to be upset.
12) Don't let her upset you.
13) I've upset a cup of coffee on my shirt.
14) Try not to let him upset you.
15) The last thing I wanted was to upset you.
16) John's departure had upset their daily routine .
17) The violent motion of the ship upset his stomach.
18) He was deliberately trying to upset her.
19) Argentina's erratic inflation rate threatens to upset the plans.
20) Don't be upset;I was only joking.
21) She's been off work with an upset stomach.
22) She was upset that her husband had not come back.
23) This decision is likely to upset a lot of people.
24) He wasn't really upset — his behaviour was just a charade.
25) My best friend tells me that I am silly to be upset about this.
26) Oops, I think I made a boo-boo there - I hope she's not too upset.
27) The mere presence of children in the room is enough to upset him.
28) A steady growth in the popularity of two smaller parties may upset the polls.
29) He went very quiet so I knew he was upset.
30) If you feel extraordinary work not happy, then unemployed flavor will make you more upset; if you think a quiet life is not comfortable, then the pain will make you more pain.
More similar words: upstairs, glimpse, collapse, set, set off, set out, set up, asset, settle, closet, set down, setting, set free, set forth, set back, set about, settle for, set aside, set apart, settle down, set fire to, give rise to, settlement, unsettling.