from The Century Dictionary.

  • To fling or throw up.


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  • The sudden upfling of Jinnie's head cut off his words.

    Rose O'Paradise

  • He paced to and fro in the yard, back and forth on the path to the gate, and then he entered the cabin to stalk up and down, faster and faster, until all at once he halted as if struck, to upfling his right arm in a singular fierce gesture.

    To the Last Man


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