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- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of upshoot.
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Arthur Cummings, Jim Devlin and other pitchers, had been experimenting with a twist or curve, but it remained for Radbourne to perfect and put into execution the in and out shoots, the drop and the upshoots and marvelous deceptions in speed, besides a system of watching bases, which gave the game an extraordinary zest.
These upshoots, as a rule, seemed to follow whirlpools.
Thus much must suffice by way of indicating, in a general sort, the character of those primitive sprouts and upshoots of the Gothic Drama in England.
Consequently I.began to search published books that related to members of that Order or its upshoots, i.e. I. Regardie, E. Underhill, Dion Fortune, A.E. Waite.