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Definition of Uppishly

Uppishly
Uppish Up"pish, a. [From Up.] Proud; arrogant; assuming; putting on airs of superiority. [Colloq.] --T. Brown. -- Up"pish*ly, adv. [Colloq.] -- Up"pish*ness, n. [Colloq.]

Meaning of Uppishly from wikipedia

- third-man area. First used in International cricket by Sachin Tendulkar Uppish A shot that gains a risky amount of height, opening up the possibility of...
- Chopra's 27-run stay with an innocuous half-volley, which Chopra drove uppishly towards the bowler. Bichel showed wonderful athleticism in holding on to...
- start the day, R. P. Singh dismissed Jaques, who was trying to square cut uppishly on the back foot, for a duck. In the ninth over of the day Hayden edged...
- two-hander ... in which all the other folk (including Lupin Pooter, the uppish, worrying son) are either imagined characters or, at times, impersonated...
- with his second delivery. Juneja went back to a short ball and punched uppishly off the backfoot but picked out Pujara at short cover. Rest of India made...
- good-looking young man" who "wore his clothes well, had money, was not a bit uppish with his title, and had excellent taste in neckties." Beverly, "a working...
- Compton were putting on a century partnership was when Compton aimed an uppish square drive from Johnston that flew in the air wide of cover point. On...
- fielders. The pair did not give a chance apart from when Compton aimed an uppish square drive from Johnston that flew in the air wide of cover point. Hutton...
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