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- adjective Raised up in a ridge or ridges.
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- adjective obsolete
raisedup in ridges
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At the same time ranges were upridged out of thick
A massive range was upfolded where the Wasatch Mountains now are, and various ranges of the Rockies in Colorado and other states were upridged.
Appalachian Mountains, upridged at its beginning, to have been weathered and worn away and carried grain by grain to the sea.
Tertiary deposits with marine fossils occur along the western foothills of the Sierra Nevadas, and are crumpled among the mountain masses of the Coast Ranges; it is hence inferred that the Great Valley of California was then a border sea, separated from the ocean by a chain of mountainous islands which were upridged into the Coast Ranges at a still later time.
As a result of these movements, -- perhaps several times repeated, -- a great mountain range was upridged, which has been long since leveled by erosion, but whose roots are now visible in the Taconic Mountains of western New
From time to time on all the continents subterranean forces gathered head, and the crust was bent and broken and upridged in lofty mountains.