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  • v. Present participle of updraw.


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  • Then followed an old man's voice, sounding strangely thin in the open air, the straining of cords, the sweating and hard breathing and shuffling of men, the grating of oak on a grave-bottom, the updrawing of the ropes that had lowered the coffin.

    Lying Prophets

  • -- He is with us in Heaven, very Man, in His own Person, us updrawing; and that was shewed in [the Shewing of] the Spiritual Thirst.

    Revelations of Divine Love

  • Yet do I feel thee awing My heart with mystery, as thy updrawing


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