- v. present participle of upbear.
“The hood swelled into a pillowlike collar, upbearing his head as the rest of the garment floated his body.”
“She would have the solace of his embrace and of giving him her own upbearing love.”
“Long did Arvel stand alone, upbearing the heaviness in his hand, while his thoughts surged to and fro.”
“Wings cruised on high, maybe upbearing brains that thought, maybe simple beasts of prey.”
“He threw a look to rear and saw retreat cut off by a set of legs upbearing a circular saw.”
“Only the thought of eternal peace arose from this heaven-upbearing monument like incense, and, overflowing, filled the world with deep and holy calm.”
“From before it one might gaze upon league upon league of sullen sea, stretching to where, far in the dim distance, lay the curve of the horizon upbearing the gray dome of the sky.”
“The desk, upbearing broken bottles and a cluttered mess of paper, letter and debris of all description, was scratched and dented.”
“The "Veni" burst forth in an unrestrained upbearing of confident petition:”
“Stern knew at last, with something of clarity, that he was floating easily along an oily current which ran, undulating, beneath a slate-gray mist; he realized that with one hand he was grasping the planks, with the other arm upbearing the girl.”
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