uptie

Related to uptie: uptight, uptime

uptie

(ʌpˈtaɪ)
vb (tr)
1. to tie up
2. to conclude or wind up
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Newcastle's captain, Fabricio Coloccini, has not started an FAFC A uptie since 2011 - that highlights how much of a secondary competition this has been viewed as by the club.
The word seems to have "morphed" into upties in Middle English.
Light words with Ribbons of Chast Thoughts upties, And loose Behavior, which through Errours flies.