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  • verb Present participle of upswell.

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Examples

  • Or is a spontaneous upswelling on the way, like all those revolutions in Eastern Europe, Orange, Rose, Velvet?

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  • At the turn of the 20th century, racist plays written by Dixon and which were the basis of Birth of a Nation contributed to an upswelling in anti-black violence.

    Matthew Yglesias » Free Speech

  • At the turn of the 20th century, racist plays written by Dixon and which were the basis of Birth of a Nation contributed to an upswelling in anti-black violence.

    Matthew Yglesias » Free Speech

  • She was lost in the moment, in the upswelling of emotion, in the increasing urgency of the kiss.

    Shameless

  • She was lost in the moment, in the upswelling of emotion, in the increasing urgency of the kiss.

    Shameless

  • THE NIGHT FACE ancient tree or the lovely upswelling of a hill.

    do you ever read writing?

  • What if they KNOW something is coming that is going to result in martial-law, crackdowns, anti-goverment upswelling in general (the kind that get's your head separated from your body) that has their knees shaking?

    GOP Congressman Ferguson Retiring

  • Or is a spontaneous upswelling on the way, like all those revolutions in Eastern Europe, Orange, Rose, Velvet?

    Last man standing

  • But most liberal bloggers are NOT aware of this, I have been surprised about the upswelling of awareness about the Pelosi story.

    Columnist Builds Whole Theory About Dems On False Pelosi Plane Story

  • Realizing this, I felt a great, slow upswelling of strength or hope or something else.

    Cambodia Book Reviews: A Blessing Over Ashes by Adam Fifield

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