Noun(1) a residential part of town away from the central commercial district
Adjective(1) of or located in the upper part of a town
Adverb(1) toward or in the upper part of town
(1) Concrete is a downtown boutique with sought-after uptown fashions.(2) But on my drive back uptown I saw that on every block there seemed to be a homeless person.(3) Meanwhile, the uptown communities are hashing out their agendas.(4) Ten blocks south of the heart of the peace march, protesters streamed through the Union Square subway station toward an uptown train.(5) The superior side dishes complement the meat, instead of overwhelming it with truffle cream sauces and fanciful piles of sweet-potato fries, as they do at some of the trendy steakhouses uptown .(6) With eighteen restaurants uptown , downtown, and in Pittsburgh, and management teams of varying strengths, he matches his ceaseless enthusiasm only with his love of diversity.(7) For about a year, until I lost it putting out the trash, I had an expensive Hamilton watch that I wore on expeditions uptown , sliding it ostentatiously as far down wrist as it would go.(8) Business owners are also being allowed back into New Orleans' uptown district, French Quarter and central business district, though curfews apply and travel between zip codes is prohibited.(9) ├ö├ç├┐Her office and the publishers contacted us because she wanted to do signings uptown , as well as downtown,├ö├ç├û Villarosa reports.(10) And so I left feeling very good, and as I took the bus uptown to meet the missus, I finished the song, almost without thinking.(11) At dusk, the giant uptown oaks - with the Spanish moss waving in the wind - looked spooky but reassuring.(12) Along with recommendations related to the uptown region and urban sprawl, the height and density study provided a set of recommendations on student housing.(13) I was uptown again this weekend, the sudden drop in temperature giving notice that Central Park's autumn colours would soon disappear.(14) I was born in 1973 in Kingston, raised uptown with a suburban, middle-class lifestyle.(15) Walking uptown through the frosted streets last Thursday I felt a smug satisfaction with the city and the way that familiar sights seemed transformed by the snow.(16) Unfortunately, I didn't get to read it on my commute uptown today because I left it in the living room by accident.
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