In reality he was at no period so full of life and health, so harmoniously inspired and upborne by a great enthusiasm.
He had the wonderful, upborne feeling of man on the verge of achievement.
Who still, upborne by joy, in smiles was found, With step elate that scarcely press'd the ground.
What would crush a swift-thinking man is upborne by the denser tide.
upborne by an unwavering trust, untouched by doubt or fear, he exulted in all he saw.
Peleg departed nervously, upborne by the congregational esteem.
Nevertheless, with those natures which are enthusiast—which are upborne by excitement—there is also a weakness.
Tom Chist was gone for almost an hour, though he ran nearly all the way and back, upborne as on the wings of the wind.
But the veteran was upborne by the success of the day and his belief in ultimate victory.
The service comes to a close in one great surging chant, upborne on the throbbing waves of the organ notes.