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- verb Simple past tense and past participle of
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Of the grip of that Grendel 'neath the great roof upbuilded.
Her beauty had captured his senses, and he meant to tear down the pitiful wall he had upbuilded between her and him, and force her to see the inevitable.
It is not written in a single document, but is contained in a multitude of Parliamentary enactments upbuilded into a system of government as the process of evolution proceeded.
There was nothing for it but the downfall of the world; good-bye civilization and all that was ever upbuilded of old.
I have heard Messer Brunetto Latini declare, with great eloquence, that of all the cities man has ever upbuilded with his busy fingers, the dear city of Cecrops, which Saint Augustine called the dear City of
It also is a finished piece of art, carefully conceived, upbuilded stone by stone, touch by touch, each separate thought with its own emotion, each adding something to the whole, each pushing Browning's emotion and picture into our souls, till the whole impression is received.
So strong is his house upbuilded, so many are his lords,