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up·spring

 (ŭp-sprĭng′)
intr.v. up·sprang (-sprăng′) or up·sprung (-sprŭng′), up·sprung, up·spring·ing, up·springs
1. To spring up, as from the soil.
2. To come into being; arise.

upspring

vb, -springs, -springing, -sprang, -sprung or -sprung
(intr) to spring up or come into existence
n
1. a leap forwards or upwards
2. the act of coming into existence

up•spring

(ʌpˈsprɪŋ)

v.i. -sprang -sprung, -sprung, -spring•ing.
1. to spring up.
2. to come into being or existence; arise.

upspring


Past participle: upsprung
Gerund: upspringing

Imperative
upspring
upspring
Present
I upspring
you upspring
he/she/it upsprings
we upspring
you upspring
they upspring
Preterite
I upsprang
you upsprang
he/she/it upsprang
we upsprang
you upsprang
they upsprang
Present Continuous
I am upspringing
you are upspringing
he/she/it is upspringing
we are upspringing
you are upspringing
they are upspringing
Present Perfect
I have upsprung
you have upsprung
he/she/it has upsprung
we have upsprung
you have upsprung
they have upsprung
Past Continuous
I was upspringing
you were upspringing
he/she/it was upspringing
we were upspringing
you were upspringing
they were upspringing
Past Perfect
I had upsprung
you had upsprung
he/she/it had upsprung
we had upsprung
you had upsprung
they had upsprung
Future
I will upspring
you will upspring
he/she/it will upspring
we will upspring
you will upspring
they will upspring
Future Perfect
I will have upsprung
you will have upsprung
he/she/it will have upsprung
we will have upsprung
you will have upsprung
they will have upsprung
Future Continuous
I will be upspringing
you will be upspringing
he/she/it will be upspringing
we will be upspringing
you will be upspringing
they will be upspringing
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been upspringing
you have been upspringing
he/she/it has been upspringing
we have been upspringing
you have been upspringing
they have been upspringing
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been upspringing
you will have been upspringing
he/she/it will have been upspringing
we will have been upspringing
you will have been upspringing
they will have been upspringing
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been upspringing
you had been upspringing
he/she/it had been upspringing
we had been upspringing
you had been upspringing
they had been upspringing
Conditional
I would upspring
you would upspring
he/she/it would upspring
we would upspring
you would upspring
they would upspring
Past Conditional
I would have upsprung
you would have upsprung
he/she/it would have upsprung
we would have upsprung
you would have upsprung
they would have upsprung
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upspring

verb
1. To adopt a standing posture:
2. To have as a source:
References in classic literature ?
I stood here, at the very spring and source of the second great period of the world's history; and could see the trickling stream of that history gather and deepen and broaden, and roll its mighty tides down the far centuries; and I could note the upspringing of adven- turers like myself in the shelter of its long array of thrones: De Montforts, Gavestons, Mortimers, Villier- ses; the war-making, campaign-directing wantons of France, and Charles the Second's scepter-wielding drabs; but nowhere in the procession was my full- sized fellow visible.
Below the garden a green field lush with clover sloped down to the hollow where the brook ran and where scores of white birches grew, upspringing airily out of an undergrowth suggestive of delightful possibilities in ferns and mosses and woodsy things generally.
He employed it, however, in a generical sense, with reference to the spontaneous germination from rank soil (just as a thousand of the lower genera of creatures are germinated) -- the spontaneous germination, I say, of five vast hordes of men, simultaneously upspringing in five distinct and nearly equal divisions of the globe."
(5) Here dwells the present qua present: "reality appears as a ceaseless upspringing of something new, which has no sooner arisen to make the present than it has already fallen back into the past.