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- n. A gushing upward - Hawthorne
- v. : To gush upward.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A gushing upward.
- intransitive v. To gush upward.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To gush upward.
- n. A gushing upward: as, an upgush of feeling. G. S. Hall, German Culture, p. 155.
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She stood like the rejoicing upgush of a living fountain.
Barney himself, she could not quell the upgush of emotion in her bosom, as she snatched the little Indian once, in secret, to her heart.
It seems as if the great men of every age in this city "have found no better way of immortalizing their memories than by the shifting, indestructible, ever-new, ever-changing upgush and downfall of water.