uprose


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up·rose

 (ŭp-rōz′)
v.
Past tense of uprise.
References in classic literature ?
He uprose in full evening dress, And with senseless grimaces endeavored to say What his tongue could no longer express.
First among them all uprose Eumelus, king of men, son of Admetus, a man excellent in horsemanship.
Then all the birds - the thrush, the lark, the nightingale--cried "Hail," and "the common voice uprose of birdies small" till all the garden rang with joy.