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up·build

 (ŭp-bĭld′)
tr.v. up·built (-bĭlt′), up·build·ing, up·builds
To build up; increase or enlarge: sand dunes that were upbuilt by the wind.

up·build′er n.

upbuild

(ʌpˈbɪld)
vb, -builds, -building or -built
(tr) to build up; enlarge, increase, etc
upˈbuilder n

upbuild


Past participle: upbuilt
Gerund: upbuilding

Imperative
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upbuild
Present
I upbuild
you upbuild
he/she/it upbuilds
we upbuild
you upbuild
they upbuild
Preterite
I upbuilt
you upbuilt
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we upbuilt
you upbuilt
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Present Continuous
I am upbuilding
you are upbuilding
he/she/it is upbuilding
we are upbuilding
you are upbuilding
they are upbuilding
Present Perfect
I have upbuilt
you have upbuilt
he/she/it has upbuilt
we have upbuilt
you have upbuilt
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Past Continuous
I was upbuilding
you were upbuilding
he/she/it was upbuilding
we were upbuilding
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Past Perfect
I had upbuilt
you had upbuilt
he/she/it had upbuilt
we had upbuilt
you had upbuilt
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Future
I will upbuild
you will upbuild
he/she/it will upbuild
we will upbuild
you will upbuild
they will upbuild
Future Perfect
I will have upbuilt
you will have upbuilt
he/she/it will have upbuilt
we will have upbuilt
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Future Continuous
I will be upbuilding
you will be upbuilding
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we will be upbuilding
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they will be upbuilding
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been upbuilding
you have been upbuilding
he/she/it has been upbuilding
we have been upbuilding
you have been upbuilding
they have been upbuilding
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been upbuilding
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you will have been upbuilding
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Past Perfect Continuous
I had been upbuilding
you had been upbuilding
he/she/it had been upbuilding
we had been upbuilding
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Conditional
I would upbuild
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we would upbuild
you would upbuild
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Past Conditional
I would have upbuilt
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we would have upbuilt
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In that light, he examines the 19th-century Danish philosopher's pseudonymous discussions of the life of egoism, morality, religion, and Christianity; and the first 14 of the upbuilding discourses that were intended to accompany them.
In this connection it has been observed with satisfaction that at a meeting of the Zionist Congress, the supreme governing body of the Zionist Organization, held at Carlsbad in September, 1921, a resolution was passed expressing as the official statement of Zionist aims the determination of the Jewish people to live with the Arab people on terms of unity and mutual respect, and together with them to make the common home into a flourishing community, the upbuilding of which may assure to each of its peoples an undisturbed national developmentC*
With this kind of interpretation we are assured that Loehe has his place in the church with his hagiographic traits and with his evident and undeniable achievements in the upbuilding of congregations, diaconal work, mission, liturgy, and practical ecclesial publications.
I am going through a period of personal upbuilding with my new ministry venture.
The 'household of life' (oikos) requires a constant effort of upbuilding (oikodome).
Under Mao, before the loosing of the disastrous Cultural Revolution (1966-76), Xiong put forth a practical program in five steps: (1) support for nationalism and democratic socialism, (2) fostering science, (3) priority of the spiritual and cultural upbuilding of the nation, (4) promotion of Confucianism as the source of Chinese culture and spirituality, and (5) support of authentic Confucianism as found in the tradition of Confucius, Mencius, and the Song-Ming Neo-Confucians.
If the Seminary is to be a real factor in the upbuilding of Judaism in this country, it must have a man at its head whose influence will make itself felt to the uttermost ends of the land.
Here again, though, these hopes seemed to be connected with the upbuilding of the Saints' temporal kingdom, not the millennial rule of Christ.
In another keen metaphor he specifies what is the purpose of "upbuilding" discourses: "Finding the upbuilding resembles artesian-well drilling, in which one must dig many, many fathoms--then of course the jet spurts up all the higher" (CD, p.
Those called to serve as bishops will need to listen to the people of God in their varied countries and to discern the charisms bestowed on individuals by the Holy Spirit for the upbuilding of the Church.
Haughey, a theologian at Chicago's Loyola University and a veteran of the Vatican's outreach to the Pentecostal churches, said charisms are to be understood, not just in the narrow sense of extraordinary manifestations, like speaking in tongues, but as gifts given "the faithful of every rank for the sake of others" - for upbuilding the community.
Broad sympathy for the upbuilding of the Yishuv (the Jewish settlement in Palestine) among the Jewish population hardly translated into support for the promulgation of a Hebrew-centered Jewish culture in America.