upheaved[ uhp-heev ]SEE DEFINITION OF upheaved
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His eye burned like live coal, his cheek-bones seemed to have upheaved.
The whole region of the desert is upheaved—an elevated table-land.
Some of them are like gigantic wildernesses of upheaved pudding stone.
Rolling hills; and then places where nature had upheaved into a turmoil.
When out of the castle himself he perceived, His voice in a ditty again he upheaved.
The shore is here a coral reef, upheaved about fifteen feet above the sea.
The strata which were once horizontal are now so no longer—they have been tilted and upheaved, bent and distorted, in many places.
That the existing lands were not all upheaved at once into their present position is proved by the most striking evidence.
There was not a shadow of doubt as to the rock being of purely volcanic origin, upheaved by some mighty subterranean convulsion.
The panels of the deck are upheaved, and volumes of black smoke issue upwards as if from a safety-valve.