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See definition of upbore on Dictionary.com
  • as inshore
  • as insupport
  • as inuphold

synonyms for upbore

  • bolster
  • brace
  • bulwark
  • buttress
  • carry
  • hold
  • prop
  • strengthen
  • support
  • sustain
  • underpin
  • uphold
  • bear up
  • upbear
  • bolster
  • reinforce
  • hold
  • uphold
  • buttress
  • carry
  • ground
  • bottom
  • prop
  • cradle
  • sustain
  • brace
  • mainstay
  • poise
  • bear
  • strut
  • base
  • stay
  • shoulder
  • bed
  • crutch
  • shore
  • stand
  • found
  • embed
  • keep up
  • undergird
  • be a foundation for
  • keep from falling
  • shore up
  • upbear
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antonyms for upbore

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  • drop
  • halt
  • let down
  • let go
  • release
  • stop
  • weaken
  • discourage
  • dissuade
  • ruin
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How to use upbore in a sentence

One thought, however, upbore Frieda until she was able to withdraw from the dining room.
THE RANCH GIRLS IN EUROPEMARGARET VANDERCOOK
The hideous idols sat an hundred cubits high; whereas the cross a maiden's hand upbore.
THE THREE PERILS OF MAN, VOL. 3 (OF 3)JAMES HOGG
For this thing upbore her, that was to go, and him, that was to stay: Joy.
PHARAIS AND THE MOUNTAIN LOVERSFIONA MACLEOD
Hildebrand struggled to rise; Sebastian upbore at one side, Odon at the other.
GOD WILLS IT!WILLIAM STEARNS DAVIS
Some people love to garner up and cherish mementos of the dead; and dead enough are the tremulous flutterings they then upbore.
THE ATLANTIC MONTHLY, VOLUME 16, NO. 95, SEPTEMBER 1865VARIOUS
By my granite shape of yore Passed the priests, with stately pschent, And the mystic boat upbore, Emblemed and magnificent.
ENAMELS AND CAMEOS AND OTHER POEMSTHOPHILE GAUTIER
The sea upbore me, flood of the tide, on Finnish land, the welling waters.
BEOWULFANONYMOUS
Deep and raggedly they drove, impelled by the brief flash of power that upbore their owner.
LAD: A DOGALBERT PAYSON TERHUNE
It did not sink, for its own cake still upbore it, but in a whirl they saw dark water show for an instant within a foot of them.
SMOKE BELLEWJACK LONDON
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