- to well up, as water from a spring.
Origin of upwell
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Examples from the Web for upwell
But at Upwell, though it was quite as hot, it was not by any means so beautiful.
“There are lots of poor people in Upwell, though,” said Philippa.
Miss Upwell had her own share of inquisitiveness, and a little of someone else's.
If she had seen the name Upwell, on the next line, she wouldn't have cut it.
That of Upwell has an elaborate turret for the Sanctus bell.Highways and Byways in Cambridge and Ely
Rev. Edward Conybeare.