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up·right

(ŭprīt)
Colloq. usage for moving a tooth into an erect position.

upright

said of limb joints and bones, especially in the horse. Indicates a lack of angulation in the joint, e.g. upright hock, or slope in a bone, e.g. upright pastern. In horses, often associated with a bumpy ride and a tendency to joint injury and lameness.
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One does not act uprightly when one chooses well only out of fear of punishment.
When people lacking express knowledge of God through no fault of their own uprightly take something as their ultimate end, it cannot be God but must be a good or set of goods they understand.
15) Booker expressed conventional wisdom when he wrote that "The stars are letters and the Heaven's God's book / which day and night we may at pleasure look, / and thereby learn uprightly how to live.
Scripture teaches us that "those who walk uprightly enter into peace; they find rest as they lie in death.
By equipping our young people with a sound education, rooted in the Gospel message, the Person of Jesus Christ, and rich in the cherished traditions and liturgical practices of our faith, we ensure that they have the foundation to live morally and uprightly in our complex modern world.
For when they saw them living uprightly, they neither imitated their works nor listened to their words, but derided and despised them.
27) recommit himself to his former captor; Villiers is bound to obey the Dauphin, he insists, "In all things that uprightly he commands" but not in a "lawless" order that would cause him to violate "the covenant of [his] word" (4.
Those who accept our beliefs uprightly are in the religious sense our brothers (lively agreement from the right).
This is explained in the catechism, where questions and answers are put this way: Question 8: "Mention some men who served the Eternal uprightly.
First, a ruler must rule discreetly, uprightly, and be attentive to God's Word.
The oath went as follows: "I do solemnly swear (or affirm, as the case may be) that I will support and defend the constitution and laws of the state of Georgia, and uprightly demean myself as a citizen thereof, so help me God.