n. In golf, the lie of a club. See lie.Erect; vertical.Erect on one's feet; hence, erect as a human being; in general, having the longest axis vertical: as, an upright boiler.Erected; pricked up; standing out straight from the body.Adhering to rectitude; not deviating from correct moral principles; of inflexible honesty.In accord with what is right; honest; just.Well adjusted or disposed; in good condition; right.4 and Just, Rightful, etc. (see righteous), honorable, conscientious, straightforward, true.n. Something standing erect or vertical.n. In architecture, the elevation or orthography of a building. Gwilt. A molding-machine of which the mandrel is perpendicular.n. An upright pianoforte.Vertically.Flat on the back; horizontally and with the face upward.