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  • verb Present participle of upgush.

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Examples

  • A cry from the kitchen called her thither again, but her heart was light, and old hymns sprang unbidden to her lips, all tuned to the upgushing happiness within.

    Choice Readings for the Home Circle

  • He may have forgotten the upgushing of the warm water under the ice.

    Marion Harland's autobiography : the story of a long life,

  • There is an artificial ruin, so picturesque that it betrays itself; weather-beaten statues, and pieces of sculpture, scattered here and there; an artificial lake, with upgushing fountains; cascades, and broad-bosomed coves, and long, canal-like reaches, with swans taking their delight upon them.

    Passages from the French and Italian Notebooks, Complete

  • There is an artificial ruin, so picturesque that it betrays itself; weather-beaten statues, and pieces of sculpture, scattered here and there; an artificial lake, with upgushing fountains; cascades, and broad-bosomed coves, and long, canal-like reaches, with swans taking their delight upon them.

    Passages from the French and Italian Notebooks, Volume 1.

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