verb (used with object)

to gather up or together: to upgather information.

Origin of upgather

First recorded in 1580–90; up- + gather
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Examples from the Web for upgathered

Historical Examples of upgathered

  • Upgathered and rolled away, like storm-winds from the sea, they had left a shining and a festal wave for love to venture on.

  • Dropping her head to her upgathered knees, her body rocking stormily, moaning a little, she broke off.

    Wolf Breed

    Jackson Gregory

  • With suddenness the fog parted, was upgathered with swiftness by the great golden sun.

    The Long Roll

    Mary Johnston