We watched for the upheaving of the mole's run which came at last.
"He is going to tell me about the Upheaving of Ælfred" thought Phillis.
He is writing a long epic poem called the Upheaving of Ælfred.
And now, once more, is there not an upheaving of humanity from beneath?
They spoke of cutting off the bridges, of upheaving the sewers.
It is like those little wells I have seen flowing, wherein the upheaving of the sand never ceases.
Joseph and Napoleon both warmly espoused the cause of popular liberty, which was even then upheaving the throne of the Bourbons.
Here are vast expanses clad in the refreshing drapery of nature, upheaving their grassy billows.
A monster shell struck the bank immediately above me, upheaving the ground and completely burying me and half a dozen others.
The old chief was moved, and his upheaving breast gave proof that he was a man.