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1. Moby Thesaurus II by Grady Ward, 1.0
abash, abashed, abroad, addle, addle the wits, adrift, afflict, afflicted, afraid, agitate, agitated, agitation, ail, all up with, all-overs, amiss, angry, angst, answer, answer conclusively, anxiety, anxiety hysteria, anxiety neurosis, anxious bench, anxious concern, anxious seat, anxiousness, apprehension, apprehensive, apprehensiveness, argue down, askew, astray, at sea, awry, baffle, bafflement, balk, balking, ball up, balled-up, be lost, beat, beat up, beaten, becloud, bedazzle, befuddle, befuddlement, belied, bend, beset, bested, bewilder, bewildered, bewilderment, blast, bloodless revolution, bluster, bobbery, boil, boiling, bother, botheration, bothered, bottom side up, bouleversement, brave, brawl, breakdown, breakup, broil, brouhaha, bug, bugger up, burden, bustle, cacophony, cankerworm of care, capsizal, capsize, capsized, care, careen, cast down, cataclysm, catastrophe, chagrin, chagrined, challenge, chaos, chaotic, chapfallen, check, checkmate, churn, churn up, circumvent, clean slate, clean sweep, cloud, clueless, cockeyed, commotion, complete answer, computer revolution, concern, concernment, confound, confounded, confounding, confoundment, confront, confuse, confused, confusion, confutation, confute, confuted, conquer, conquest, contradict, contradiction, contravene, controversion, controvert, conturbation, convulse, convulsed, convulsion, counter, counteract, countermand, counterrevolution, counterwork, cross, crush, crushed, culbute, culbuter, curve, dash, dashed, daze, dazzle, debacle, debilitate, deck, defeat, defeated, deflated, defy, demolish, demolition, demoralize, demoralized, denial, denied, deny, deposal, derange, deranged, derangement, destroy, dilemma, disarrange, disarranged, disarrangement, disarray, disarticulation, disbalance, discarded, discombobulate, discombobulation, discomfit, discomfited, discomfiture, discomfort, discomforted, discompose, discomposed, discomposure, disconcert, disconcerted, disconcertedness, disconcertion, disconcertment, discountenance, discredited, discrediting, disequilibrate, dish, disharmony, dishevel, dishevelment, disintegration, disjunction, dislocated, dislodgment, dismay, dismayed, dismiss, dismissed, disorder, disordered, disorderliness, disorderly, disorganization, disorganize, disorganized, disorient, disorientation, disoriented, dispose of, disproportion, disproved, disputed, disquiet, disquieted, disquietude, disrupt, disruption, distract, distracted, distraught, distress, distressed, disturb, disturbance, disturbed, done for, done in, down, downfall, dread, ebullition, effective rejoinder, electrify, elude, embarrass, embarrassed, embarrassment, embroil, embroilment, enigma, entangle, entropy, excite, excited, excitement, exploded, exposed, fall, fallen, fanaticism, fear, ferment, fermentation, fever, feverish, feverishness, fidgets, fidgety, finish, fix, fixed, flap, floor, floored, flummox, flurried, flurry, fluster, flustered, flutter, flutteration, fluttered, fog, foil, foiling, foment, fomentation, foofaraw, foreboding, forebodingness, founder, frazzle, freaked out, frenzy, fret, frighten, frightened, frustrate, frustration, fuck up, fuddle, fuddlement, fume, furious, furor, furore, fury, fuss, fussed, give concern, go down, guessing, gum up, haphazardness, haywire, haze, honeycomb, hors de combat, hubbub, hung up, hurly-burly, ill at ease, impugned, in a fix, in a jumble, in a maze, in a pickle, in a pother, in a pucker, in a scrape, in a stew, in a sweat, in a swivet, in a tizzy, in disorder, incapacitate, incoherence, indiscriminateness, indispose, inharmonious harmony, inquietude, interfere with, invalid, invalidated, invert, inverted, irate, irregularity, jam, jar, jitters, jittery, jolt, jumble, jumbled, jumpiness, jumpy, keel, keel over, knock down, knock galley-west, knock over, knock the chocks, lambasted, lathered, lay up, licked, load with care, lost, mad, maelstrom, malaise, maze, mazed, mess, mess up, misgiving, misplaced, mist, mix up, moider, moil, mortified, mortify, most admired disorder, muddle, muddled, muddlement, mystery, negated, negatived, nerviness, nervosity, nervous, nervous strain, nervous tension, nervousness, nervy, neurasthenic, nonplus, nonsymmetry, nonuniformity, off the track, on the fritz, on the skids, out of countenance, out of gear, out of joint, out of kelter, out of kilter, out of order, out of place, out of tune, out of whack, outdone, overanxiety, overbalance, overborne, overcome, overexcited, overmaster, overmastered, overmatch, overmatched, overpower, overpowered, overridden, overset, overthrow, overthrowal, overthrown, overturn, overturned, overwhelm, overwhelmed, overwrought, paddle, palace revolution, pandemonium, panicked, parry, passion, perplex, perplexed, perplexity, perturb, perturbate, perturbation, perturbed, pickle, pins and needles, pitchpole, plight, pother, predicament, problem, promiscuity, promiscuousness, prostrate, prostrated, prostration, psych, psych out, pucker, punctured, put off, put out, put to it, put to rout, put to silence, put-out, put-upon, puzzle, puzzlement, quandary, queasy, racket, radical change, rage, raise hell, randomness, rattle, rattled, rebut, rebuttal, reduce to silence, reduced to jelly, refutal, refutation, refute, refuted, rejected, restless, restlessness, reverse, reversed, revolt, revolute, revolution, revolutionary war, revolutionize, revulsion, riddle, rile, ripple, rock, rock the boat, roil, roily, rout, routed, row, ruckus, ruffle, ruffled, ruin, ruined, rummage, rumple, rumpus, sabotage, sap, sap the foundations, scare, scared, scattered, scotch, scrape, screw up, scuttle, seethe, seething, send flying, settle, settled, shake, shake up, shaken, shaken up, shock, shook, shot, shot to pieces, shown up, shuffle, shuffled, shut up, sick, sicken, silence, silenced, sink, skew, skinned, skinned alive, smash all opposition, snarl up, solicitude, somersault, somerset, spasm, spike, spill, spoil, spook, squash, squelch, stagger, stampeded, stew, stir, stir up, stirred up, stonewall, storminess, strain, stricken, striking alteration, stump, subversion, subvert, suffer, surmount, surprise, suspense, sweat, sweeping change, swirl, swivet, tabula rasa, technological revolution, tempestuousness, tension, thrash, thrashing, throw, throw down, throw into confusion, throw off balance, throw over, thwart, thwarting, tip over, tizzy, to-do, topple, topple over, toppled, topsy-turvify, topsy-turvy, total change, transilience, trepidation, trepidity, trimmed, trip, trip up, triumph, triumph over, trouble, troubled, troublous, trounced, tumble, tumult, tumultuation, tumultuousness, turbid, turbidity, turbulence, turbulent, turmoil, turn, turn a somersault, turn over, turn topsy-turvy, turn turtle, turn upside down, turned around, turnover, twitter, unassuredness, unbalance, unbrace, uncomfortable, undermine, undermining, undo, undone, unease, uneasiness, uneasy, unglued, unhinge, unhorsing, unman, unmanned, unnerve, unnerved, unpeaceful, unplacement, unquiet, unquietness, unrest, unsaddling, unseating, unsettle, unsettled, unsettlement, unstring, unstrung, unsymmetry, ununiformity, upend, upheaval, uproar, upset the boat, upsetting, upside down, upturn, vanquish, vexation, victory, violent change, weaken, whelmed, whip, whip up, whipped, whisk, wildness, without a clue, work up, worried, worry, worst, worsted, zeal, zealousness
Dictionary Results for upset:
1. WordNet® 3.0 (2006)
upset
    adj 1: afflicted with or marked by anxious uneasiness or trouble
           or grief; "too upset to say anything"; "spent many
           disquieted moments"; "distressed about her son's leaving
           home"; "lapsed into disturbed sleep"; "worried parents";
           "a worried frown"; "one last worried check of the
           sleeping children" [syn: disquieted, distressed,
           disturbed, upset, worried]
    2: thrown into a state of disarray or confusion; "troops fleeing
       in broken ranks"; "a confused mass of papers on the desk";
       "the small disordered room"; "with everything so upset" [syn:
       broken, confused, disordered, upset]
    3: used of an unexpected defeat of a team favored to win; "the
       Bills' upset victory over the Houston Oilers"
    4: mildly physically distressed; "an upset stomach"
    5: having been turned so that the bottom is no longer the
       bottom; "an overturned car"; "the upset pitcher of milk";
       "sat on an upturned bucket" [syn: overturned, upset,
       upturned]
    n 1: an unhappy and worried mental state; "there was too much
         anger and disturbance"; "she didn't realize the upset she
         caused me" [syn: disturbance, perturbation, upset]
    2: the act of disturbing the mind or body; "his carelessness
       could have caused an ecological upset"; "she was unprepared
       for this sudden overthrow of their normal way of living"
       [syn: upset, derangement, overthrow]
    3: a physical condition in which there is a disturbance of
       normal functioning; "the doctor prescribed some medicine for
       the disorder"; "everyone gets stomach upsets from time to
       time" [syn: disorder, upset]
    4: a tool used to thicken or spread metal (the end of a bar or a
       rivet etc.) by forging or hammering or swaging [syn: upset,
       swage]
    5: the act of upsetting something; "he was badly bruised by the
       upset of his sled at a high speed" [syn: upset, overturn,
       turnover]
    6: an improbable and unexpected victory; "the biggest upset
       since David beat Goliath" [syn: overturn, upset]
    v 1: disturb the balance or stability of; "The hostile talks
         upset the peaceful relations between the two countries"
    2: cause to lose one's composure [syn: upset, discompose,
       untune, disconcert, discomfit]
    3: move deeply; "This book upset me"; "A troubling thought"
       [syn: disturb, upset, trouble]
    4: cause to overturn from an upright or normal position; "The
       cat knocked over the flower vase"; "the clumsy customer
       turned over the vase"; "he tumped over his beer" [syn:
       overturn, tip over, turn over, upset, knock over,
       bowl over, tump over]
    5: form metals with a swage [syn: swage, upset]
    6: defeat suddenly and unexpectedly; "The foreign team upset the
       local team"

2. The Collaborative International Dictionary of English v.0.48
Upset \Up*set"\, v. i.
   To become upset.
   [1913 Webster]

3. The Collaborative International Dictionary of English v.0.48
Upset \Up"set`\, a.
   Set up; fixed; determined; -- used chiefly or only in the
   phrase upset price; that is, the price fixed upon as the
   minimum for property offered in a public sale, or, in an
   auction, the price at which property is set up or started by
   the auctioneer, and the lowest price at which it will be
   sold.
   [1913 Webster]

         After a solemn pause, Mr. Glossin offered the upset
         price for the lands and barony of Ellangowan. --Sir W.
                                                  Scott.
   [1913 Webster]

4. The Collaborative International Dictionary of English v.0.48
Upset \Up"set`\, n.
   The act of upsetting, or the state of being upset; an
   overturn; as, the wagon had an upset.
   [1913 Webster]

5. The Collaborative International Dictionary of English v.0.48
Upset \Up*set"\, v. t.
   1. To set up; to put upright. [Obs.] "With sail on mast
      upset." --R. of Brunne.
      [1913 Webster]

   2.
      (a) To thicken and shorten, as a heated piece of iron, by
          hammering on the end.
      (b) To shorten (a tire) in the process of resetting,
          originally by cutting it and hammering on the ends.
          [1913 Webster]

   3. To overturn, overthrow, or overset; as, to upset a
      carriage; to upset an argument. "Determined somehow to
      upset the situation." --Mrs. Humphry Ward.
      [1913 Webster]

   4. To disturb the self-possession of; to disorder the nerves
      of; to make ill; as, the fright upset her. [Colloq.]
      [1913 Webster]

   5. (Basketwork) 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.
      [Webster 1913 Suppl.]

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