Definitions for uprearʌpˈrɪər

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Random House Webster's College Dictionary


  1. to raise up; lift.

  2. to build; erect.

  3. to elevate the dignity of; exalt.

  4. to bring up.

  5. (v.i.)to rise.

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  1. uprear(Verb)

    to raise something up; to rise up; to erect

Webster Dictionary

  1. Uprear(verb)

    to raise; to erect

Anagrams of uprear

  1. parure

  2. rear up


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