uptoss

uptoss

(ʌpˈtɒs)
vb (tr)
to throw or toss upwards
References in classic literature ?
Then, rubbing his head, he mounted slowly on to the box and drove away with an uptossed hand appealing to the universe.
The building is also specifically referenced as gabled, when Beowulf describes antlers that 'Hrothgar set up high on its gable', and later when Beowulf and his men see the same antlers 'on the gable ends proudly uptossed towards the sky'.