Definition of upset :
1. Set up; fixed; determined; - used chiefly or only in the phrase upset price.
2. The act of upsetting, or the state of being upset; an overturn; as, the wagon had an upset.
3. To become upset.
4. To disturb the self- possession of; to disorder the nerves of; to make ill; as, the fright upset her.
5. To overturn, overthrow, or overset; as, to upset a carriage; to upset an argument.
6. To set up; to put upright.
7. To shorten ( a tire) in the process of resetting, originally by cutting it and hammering on the ends.
8. To thicken and shorten, as a heated piece of iron, by hammering on the end.
9. To turn upwards the outer ends of ( stakes) so as to make a foundation for the side of a basket or the like; also, to form ( the side) in this manner.
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agitated (part of speech: verb)
restless, unquiet, quaked, twitching, disquieted, palpitated, trembling, jerky, churned, jumpy, wobbling, quivered, twitched, erratic, shuddering, shivered, palpitating, quaking, flustered, nervous, writhing, jittery, shaking, skittish, shook, quivering, spastic, quavering, fluttered, convulsive, stirred, jolted, shuddered, shaken, agitated, distraught, uneasy, feverish, jarred, shivering, quavered, twitchy
revolted (part of speech: verb)
derange (part of speech: verb)
displace, clutter, dislocate, ferment, disorder, tamper, scatter, capsize, tumble, swirl, disorganize, whip, toss, rummage, mislay, confound, ripple, tousle, whisk, blur, convulse, misplace, hash, ruffle, roil, jumble, mess, confuse, muddle, disarrange, derange, mix-up, scramble, rumple, muss, botch, meddle, roughen, dishevel
deranged (part of speech: verb)
displaced, disheveled, convulsed, scattered, disarranged, meddled, confounded, jumbled, rippled, roughened, mussed, scrambled, fermented, whipped, hashed, messed, cluttered, capsized, dislocated, rummaged, rumpled, disordered, roiled, tumbled, mislaid, whisked, swirled, tampered, tossed, deranged, misplaced, tousled, ruffled, mixed up muddled, botched, confused, disorganized, blurred
aggravated (part of speech: verb)
inflamed, irritated, aggravated, nagged, harried, tormented, envenomed, disturbed, aroused, exasperated, infuriated, exacerbated, grated, harassed, rankled, perturbed, fretted, bothered, vexed, troubled, enraged, annoyed, teased, antagonized, baited, badgered, pestered, hassled, peeved, discomposed, chafed, irked, bedeviled, needled
revolution (part of speech: noun)
agitate (part of speech: verb)
revolt (part of speech: verb)
invert (part of speech: verb)
inverted (part of speech: verb)
aggravate (part of speech: verb)
inflame, irritate, aggravate, nag, harry, torment, envenom, disturb, arouse, exasperate, infuriate, exacerbate, grate, harass, rankle, perturb, fret, bother, vex, trouble, enrage, annoy, tease, antagonize, bait, badger, pester, hassle, peeve, discompose, chafe, irk, bedevil, needle
- The movements of the Russian army had upset the plan of the English generals. - "The Coming Conquest of England", August Niemann.
- I am perfectly certain that she would upset Doctor Boyden. - "Victor Ollnee's Discipline", Hamlin Garland.
- And she cried like anything at that, and was all upset. - "Wanderers", Knut Hamsun.