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  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of upspring.

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Examples

  • Again the stallion nickered, and all that moved was a flock of wild canaries, upspringing from the flowers and shrubs of the court, rising like a green-gold spray of light flung from the sunrise.

    The Little Lady of the Big House, by Jack London

  • His lowly, twig-like upspringing from the branchless, dried-up stump of

    Commentary Critical and Explanatory on the Whole Bible

  • a flock of wild canaries, upspringing from the flowers and shrubs of the court, rising like a green-gold spray of light flung from the sunrise.

    CHAPTER I

  • Carefully I covered my rock cisterns with flat stones so that the sun's rays might not evaporate the precious fluid and in precaution against some upspringing of wind in the night and the sudden flying of spray.

    Chapter 19

  • Carefully I covered my rock cisterns with flat stones so that the sun's rays might not evaporate the precious fluid and in precaution against some upspringing of wind in the night and the sudden flying of spray.

    Chapter 19

  • The distant hopes upspringing in her heart bloomed suddenly, became real, tangible, like a cluster of flowers, and she saw them cut down and wilting on the earth.

    Eug�nie Grandet

  • Is he to be told that it is one of the many classes of fungus, of which the most ordinary feature is its upspringing and decadence within twenty-four hours?

    The Mystery of Marie Roget

  •     Phaethon flame-enwrapt, and cypress in air upspringing:

    Poems and Fragments

  •     Phaethon flame-enwrapt, and cypress in air upspringing:

    Poems and Fragments

  • A parasol lying upon a newly turfed ground, might, in a single week, be entirely concealed from sight by the upspringing grass.

    The Mystery of Marie Roget

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