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How to use upcast in a sentence

I should require to know the temperature of the shafts respectively, and the height of the upcast shaft.
FACING DEATHG. A. HENTY
The upcast reflection of a lamp and shade, an inconstant series of concentric circles of varying gradations of light and shadow.
ULYSSESJAMES JOYCE
The fire should be kept as thin and bright as possible, to reduce the amount of smoke in the upcast.
ENCYCLOPAEDIA BRITANNICA, 11TH EDITION, VOLUME 6, SLICE 5VARIOUS
Hideous under the pale rays lay the two dead men, their glazed eyes upcast to the peace of the blue heavens.
THE INSIDIOUS DR. FU-MANCHUSAX ROHMER
As soon as this cry was upcast, to the hall came clerks out of Chaldea, witches and diviners, sorcerers and exorcists.
EARLY ENGLISH ALLITERATIVE POEMSVARIOUS
Caleb's gentle frown was the upcast of paternal bewilderment, partly prideful, partly disconcerting.
THE QUICKENINGFRANCIS LYNDE
One of the working galleries in connexion with the upcast and downcast.
THE BOY'S PLAYBOOK OF SCIENCEJOHN HENRY PEPPER
Effect of explosion:—There was but little upcast of water outside the ship, but a great upcast through the ship.
TORPEDOES AND TORPEDO WARFAREC. W. SLEEMAN
But Margrave's keen eye caught sight of the atoms upcast by the light of the moon.
A STRANGE STORY, COMPLETEEDWARD BULWER-LYTTON
The air could almost be cut with a knife at that time; however, we put in another upcast and managed to clean it up as well.
FIGHTING THE BOCHE UNDERGROUNDHARRY DAVIS TROUNCE

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