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Uprise   Listen
Uprise  v. i.  (past uprose; past part. uprisen; pres. part. uprising)  
To rise; to get up; to appear from below the horizon. "Uprose the sun." "Uprose the virgin with the morning light."
To have an upward direction or inclination. "Uprose the mystic mountain range."

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"Uprise" Quotes from Famous Books

... is softly beautiful and still, Its light, fair clouds in pencilled gold and gray Pause motionless above the pine-grown hill, Where the pines, tranced as by a wizard's will, Uprise as mute and motionless ...
— Songs from the Southland • Various

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