verb (used with object), up·cast, up·cast·ing.
Origin of upcast
Examples from the Web for upcast
But there was not one of them whose eyes were not upcast at Zuleika.Zuleika Dobson|Max Beerbohm
As soon as this cry was upcast, to the hall came clerks out of Chaldea, witches and diviners, sorcerers and exorcists.Early English Alliterative Poems|Various
One of the working galleries in connexion with the upcast and downcast.The Boy's Playbook of Science|John Henry Pepper
A dislocation is spoken of as a downthrow or an upcast, according to the direction in which it is approached.Geology|James Geikie
The upcast reflection of a lamp and shade, an inconstant series of concentric circles of varying gradations of light and shadow.Ulysses|James Joyce