verb and noun
n. uptalker; n and adj. uptalking

1. A way of speaking that puts an upward inflection on the last word of a statement that makes it sound like a question when it's not. (Common among teens and surfers.)

2. (grammar) speak with high-rise terminals (HRT).
Examples:
An uptalker would say "I've bought a new camera?" as though it were a question.

To say "Have a nice day" in uptalk, raise the last syllable as though you are asking a question: "Have a nice day?"

by Robert Doolan December 20, 2005
To make something, or someone, seem better that is really is.
"He was totally up talking the event. When I got there it was lame."

"She's not that good. She was up talking."

"Watch this, I'm gonna up talk my way into VIP."
by FashionPixie September 14, 2007
When you make yourself or someone else seem better or stronger than they actually are by implying false things
lets say bob is a weak little nerd with a girlfriend, lucy.

lucy says to the big popular guy, zane, who just tried to kiss her

"if bob finds out, you're gone!!"

lucy just uptalked bob
by [..+JaDe+..] March 22, 2006

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