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Definition of Upsetting

Upsetting

  1. Conceited; assuming; as, an upsetting fellow.

Upsetting Quotations

I have stopped having goals. If you have many goals, and you don't reach your goals, it is very upsetting, so I just think of keeping it simple, working hard and going and playing the game. But I know there are going to be very important series for Indian cricket. I will just try my best to be in my fittest form.
Yuvraj Singh

I suppose whenever you go through periods of transition, or in a way, it's a very definite closing of a certain chapter of your life - I suppose those times are always going to be both very upsetting and also very exciting by the very nature because things are changing and you don't know what's going to happen.
Daniel Radcliffe

On the environment and climate change, I suspect that future generations will think there was too much timidity, too much fear of upsetting business. Basically, New Labour was very nervous about regulating business, or requiring it to do anything, even when there was a very clear social or environmental case for doing so.
Geoff Mulgan

One reason most people never stop thinking is that mental frenzy keeps us from having to see the upsetting aspects of our lives. If I'm constantly brooding about my children or career, I won't notice that I'm lonely. If I grapple continuously with logistical problems, I can avoid contemplating little issues like, say, my own mortality.
Martha Beck

Every child is taught if you try to please everyone, you end up upsetting everyone.
Richard Engel
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Upsetting Translations

upsetting in French is bouleversant
upsetting in German is umwerfend, durcheinanderbringend
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