UPBEAR, up-b[=a]r', _v.t._ to bear up: to raise aloft: to sustain.
UPBIND, up-b[=i]nd'. _v.t._ to bind up.
UPBLAZE, up-bl[=a]z, _v.i._ to blaze or shoot up.
UPBLOW, up-bl[=o]', _v.t._ (_Spens._) to blow up.
UPBRAID, up-br[=a]d', _v.t._ to charge with something wrong or disgraceful: to reproach: to reprove severely.--_v.i._ to utter reproaches.--_n._ UPBRAID'ING, a charging with something wrong: act of reproaching.--_adv._ UPBRAID'INGLY. [A.S. _up_, up, on, _bregdan_, to braid.]
UPBRAST, up-brast', _v.pa.t._ (_Spens._) burst open.
UPBRAY, up-br[=a]', _v.t._ (_Spens._) to upbraid.--_n._ an upbraiding.
UPBREAK, up'br[=a]k, _n._ a breaking up or bursting forth.
UPBRINGING, up'bring-ing, _n._ the process of nourishing and training.
UPBROUGHT, up-brawt', _adj._ (_Spens._) brought up, educated.
UPBUILDING, up-bil'ding, _n._ the act of building up, edification.
UPBUOYANCE, up-boi'ans, _n._ the act of buoying up.
UPBURST, up'burst, _n._ a bursting up.
UPBY, up'b[=i], _adv._ (_Scot._) up the way, a little farther on or up.
UPCAST, up'kast, _n._ a cast or throw in bowling: a shaft for the upward passage of air from a mine, a current of air passing along such: (_Scot._) state of being thrown into confusion, a taunt or gibe.--_adj._ thrown or turned upward.
UPCAUGHT, up-kawt', _adj._ caught up.
UPCHEER, up-ch[=e]r', _v.t._ to cheer up, to brighten.
UPCLIMB, up-kl[=i]m', _v.t._ (_Spens._) to climb up, to ascend.
UPCOIL, up-koil', _v.t._ and _v.i._ to coil.
UPCOMING, up'kum-ing, _n._ act of coming up.
UP-COUNTRY, up'kun-tri, _adv._ toward the interior.--_n._ the interior of a country.--_adj._ away from the seaboard.
UPFILL, up-fil', _v.t._ to fill up.
UPFLOW, up-fl[=o]', _v.i._ to stream up.--_n._ UP'FLOW, a flowing up.
UPGATHER, up-gath'[.e]r, _v.t._ to gather up: (_Spens._) to contract.
UPGAZE, up-g[=a]z', _v.i._ to gaze or look steadily upward.
UPGROWTH, up'gr[=o]th, _n._ process of growing up, development: that which grows up.--_v.i._ UPGROW', to grow up.
UPGUSH, up-gush', _v.i._ to gush upward.--_n._ UP'GUSH, a gushing upward.
UPHAND, up'hand, _adj._ lifted by hand.
UPHEAP, up-h[=e]p', _v.t._ to heap up.--_n._ UPHEAP'ING.
UPHEAVE, up-h[=e]v', _v.t._ to heave or lift up.--_n._ UPHEAV'AL, the raising of surface formations by the action of internal forces, believed to be due to the sinking in of the crust upon the cooling and contracting nucleus.
UPHELD, up-held', _pa.t._ and _pa.p._ of _uphold_.
UPHILL, up'hil, _adj._ ascending: difficult.--_adv._ up a hill, against difficulties.
UPHOARD, up-h[=o]rd', _v.t._ (_Shak._) to hoard up.
UPHOLD, up-h[=o]ld', _v.t._ to hold up: to sustain: to countenance: to defend: to continue without failing.--_n._ UPH[=O]L'DER.--_v.t._ UPH[=O]L'STER, to furnish furniture with stuffing, springs, &c., to provide with curtains, &c.--_ns._ UPH[=O]L'STERER, one who supplies or who sells furniture, beds, curtains, &c.; UPH[=O]L'STERY, furniture, &c., supplied by upholsterers.
UPHROE, [=u]'fr[=o], _n._ (_naut._) the circular piece of wood, with holes in it, by which the legs of a crowfoot are extended for suspending an awning.--Also U'VROU. [Dut. _juffrouw_, a young woman.]
UPKEEP, up'k[=e]p, _n._ maintenance, means of support.
UPLAND, up'land, _n._ upper or high land, as opposed to meadows, river-sides, &c.--_adj._ high in situation: pertaining to uplands.--_n._ UP'LANDER.--_adj._ UP'LANDISH (_obs._).
UPLAY, up-l[=a]', _v.t._ to lay up, to hoard.
UPLEAN, up-l[=e]n', _v.i._ (_Spens._) to lean upon anything.
UPLIFT, up-lift', _v.t._ to lift up or raise aloft.--_n._ a raising or upheaval of strata.
UPLOCK, up-lok', _v.t._ to lock up.
UPLOOK, up-look', _v.i._ (_Shak._) to look up.
UPLYING, up'l[=i]-ing, _adj._ upland, elevated.
UPMAKING, up'm[=a]-king, _n._ (_naut._) pieces of plank or timber piled on each other as filling up in building, esp. between the bilge-ways and ship's bottom, preparatory to launching: (_print._) arrangement of lines into columns or pages.
UPMOST. See UPPER.
UPON, up-on', _prep._ on, in an elevated position.--_adv._ on.
UPPER, up'[.e]r, _adj._ (comp. of _up_) farther up: higher in position, dignity, &c.: superior:--_superl._ UP'PERMOST, UP'MOST.--_ns._ UP'PER, the part of a boot or shoe above the sole and welt; UP'PERHAND, superiority: advantage.--_adj._ UP'PERMOST, highest in place, rank, &c.: first to come into the mind.--_adv._ in the highest place, first.--_n._ UP'PER-ST[=O]'RY, a story above the ground-floor: the brain.--_n.pl._ UP'PER-TEN, the wealthier or leading class in a community.--_adj._ UP'PISH, assuming, pretentious, snobbish.--_adv._ UP'PISHLY.--_n._ UP'PISHNESS. [For affix _-most_, cf. _Aftermost_, _Foremost_.]
UP-PILE, up-p[=i]l', _v.t._ to pile up.
UPPING, up'ing, _n._ the same as _swan-upping_ or _-marking_.
UP-PLOUGH, up-plow', _v.t._ to plough up.