uproll

uproll

(ʌpˈrəʊl)
vb (tr)
obsolete to roll up
References in classic literature ?
The uprolled clouds and the colors of morning and evening will transfigure maples and alders.
In its ruling, the Supreme Court also approved the installation of roll uproll down metal doors, metal detectors and closecircuit television (CCTV) cameras at the Hall of Justice subject to a study on its cost estimate.
Aberdonian born and bred, Greigsy's been waking up the north-east for seven years and is the No 1 choice at breakfast ROLL uproll up Ladies and Gentlemen and children of all ages it's time for the second greatest show on earth (Greigsy at Breakfast being the greatest, obviously)it's the Moscow state Circus!
Drawing from other wartime metaphors, they also used expressions like "fire on the uproll," based on the early sailing ships who gained maximum advantage by firing their cannons as the ship entered the uproll of the wave.