verb (used with object), up·cast, up·cast·ing.
Origin of upcast
Related Words for upcastboost, lift, promote, establish, rear, hoist, shove, exalt, pry, mount, construct, elevate, erect, upraise, lever, uplift, heave, upheave, upcast, hike
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Historical Examples of upcast
One of the working galleries in connexion with the upcast and downcast.The Boy's Playbook of Science
John Henry Pepper
I see one of the cages is at bank, and the force of the explosion is in the upcast shaft.
But there was not one of them whose eyes were not upcast at Zuleika.Zuleika Dobson
I should require to know the temperature of the shafts respectively, and the height of the upcast shaft.
The upcast reflection of a lamp and shade, an inconstant series of concentric circles of varying gradations of light and shadow.Ulysses