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Upheave   Listen
Upheave  v. t.  (past & past part. uphove; pres. part. upheaving)  To heave or lift up from beneath; to raise.

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"Upheave" Quotes from Famous Books

... see this parting end and break its lengthy line: You went and by your wending made the whole world desolate; * And none may stand this day in stead to fill the yearning eyne. Indeed, you've burdened weakling me, by strength and force of you * With load no hill hath power t'upheave nor yet the plain low li'en: And I, whenever fain I scent the breeze your land o'erbreathes, * Lose all my wits as though they were bemused with heady wine. O folk no light affair is Love for lover woe to dree * Nor easy 'tis to satisfy its sorrow and repine. I've wandered East and West to ...
— Supplemental Nights, Volume 2 • Richard F. Burton

Words linked to "Upheave" :   heave up, heave

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