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  • v. Present participle of upgather.


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  • I, at least, "adds Ernst Willkomm," in such an upgathering of these disjointed tones of tradition, could only accomplish something that satisfied me by searching out the profound hidden meaning of the people's poesy: and I have at last gone no further than attempting to compose these detached fragments of tradition,

    Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine - Volume 55, No. 344, June, 1844

  • She did not complain; but sometimes, when we sat alone together, I reading, perhaps, and she sewing, she would drop her work in her lap, and sigh suddenly and deeply, as if the first shadows of the upgathering gloom were beginning to cloud her young and innocent spirit, and force her apprehensions into utterance.

    Confession, or, the Blind Heart; a Domestic Story

  • "Lucilla," said he, when peace was restored, "what impressions does this dreary and prophetic pause of nature before the upgathering of the storm, create in you?

    Godolphin, Volume 4.


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