Upham

/ (ˈʌpəm) /


noun
  1. Charles (Hazlitt). 1908–94, New Zealand soldier; hero of World War II and one of only three people to have been awarded the Victoria Cross twice

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How to use Upham in a sentence

  • The little girl had made quite friends with the Upham children and went over there to tea all alone, but she felt very strange.

    A Little Girl in Old Salem | Amanda Minnie Douglas
  • Polly Upham can't think or talk of anything but her intended, and it gets tiresome.

    A Little Girl in Old Salem | Amanda Minnie Douglas
  • When, in answer to her note, P. Pinckney Upham called that evening, he did not find her sitting up alone in state to receive him.

    Mary Ware's Promised Land | Annie Fellows Johnston
  • The idea of Phil's thinking that Pink Upham is anybody to be considered seriously!

    Mary Ware's Promised Land | Annie Fellows Johnston
  • Pink Upham used to stir up things quite often, but he seems to be very much absorbed in his business lately, and I rarely see him.

    Mary Ware's Promised Land | Annie Fellows Johnston