- to build up, as with the result of establishing, increasing, enlarging, or fortifying.
Origin of upbuild
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Examples from the Web for upbuilding
"What dreams he must have had for the upbuilding of that street he named for the one he loved," she said.Spring Street
James H. Richardson
The results of their labor are largely to be traced in the upbuilding of other sects.A History of American Christianity</p>
Leonard Woolsey Bacon
You have discovered the ultimate in creation and upbuilding.
The upbuilding of the west is one of the wonders of the world.Lyman's History of old Walla Walla County, Vol. 1 (of 2)
William Denison Lyman
But we can do none of these things for the upbuilding of the country in peace time.The Fruits of Victory
- (tr) to build up; enlarge, increase, etc
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