verb (used without object), up·surged, up·surg·ing.
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Contemporary Examples of upsurge
On Tuesday, Russia called the upsurge in protests “connivance by Western politicians and European structures.”Up to Speed: What’s Going on in Ukraine?
February 19, 2014
But with the upsurge in settler violence, the assault on Palestinian human rights has taken on a whole new dimension.Stop Settler Violence
May 24, 2012
In 1992, women voted in record numbers ( an upsurge of 16 million voters).Why Women are Fed Up
October 29, 2010
The end result just might be an upsurge in anti-American sentiment.Can He Wow the World Again?
September 23, 2009
Historical Examples of upsurge
And now as I have written down tonight's events I feel an upsurge of elation and deep, humble gratitude.The Brain