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Definition of "stopped-up" []

  • Having narrow opening filled (adjective)
  • (of a nose) blocked (adjective)

WordNet. Princeton University. 2010.

Use "stopped-up" in a sentence
  • "Simmer with stopped-up rage that this thing he did, his hand on your shoulder, has just been joked about as fun and exciting."
  • "Hard runoff has spread the driveway with seeds, green talcum, the sex of things, packed like plaster against shutters and tool boxes, the sides of the barn, and the force of water pouring down from the stopped-up gullet of gutter has drilled holes deep in the mud."
  • "Then there was the possible 1902 murder of Emile Zola, who died in his sleep of carbon-monoxide poisoning caused by a stopped-up chimney."
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