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upside-down (Posted on 2004-05-14) Difficulty: 2 of 5
Can you think of a word in the English language that, when written, can be turned upside-down to result in an abbreviation of the antonym of the original word?
Where "turned upside down" is a 180 degree rotation about a central point. (i.e. "moo" would become "oow")

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  Subject Author Date
SolutionUpside downMath Man2012-03-17 10:03:33
Solutionsolution to the problemK Sengupta2007-04-14 13:50:30
No SubjectMeg & Amy2004-10-03 00:11:06
No SubjectMeg & Amy2004-10-03 00:07:42
No SubjectMeg & Amy2004-10-02 23:53:00
SolutionSolutionPenny2004-05-15 18:11:16
even worseLarry2004-05-14 21:04:14
Worse solutionJer2004-05-14 12:14:42
SolutionSing4TheDay2004-05-14 10:41:41
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