A vigorous stirring is bound to upheave what is searched for, so in due course the Captain dug up a snaffle-bit.
Then during the night they upheave their backs to relieve themselves of the pressure, and thus shake the walling to a fall.
Here the word must have been upheave, the rimes being leave, cleave, bereave.
In a mighty effort to upheave the foundations of despotism, the people grew mad.
The Archimedian lever found a resting-place in his brain, and sundry of his thoughts seem not inapt to upheave the world.
Every upheave seemed to be followed by a downward settling plunge, as though the ship were already on her way to the bottom.