to bear up; raise aloft; sustain or support.
- up·bear·er, noun
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How to use upbear in a sentence
Approach!The incrusted surface shall upbear thy steps,And the broad arching portals of the groveWelcome thy entering.
If they sometimes subdue, they must finally upbear me, for I seek the universal,—and that must be the best.At Home And Abroad | Margaret Fuller Ossoli
Kneeling Norman nobles carved in white marble upbear the simple, boxlike mass of porphyry upon their armored shoulders.Vistas in Sicily | Arthur Stanley Riggs
If they sometimes subdue, they must finally upbear me, for I seek the Universal—and that must be the best.Summer on the Lakes, in 1843 | S.M. Fuller