uprising

[ uhp-rahy-zing, uhp-rahy-zing ]SEE DEFINITION OF uprising

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In a moment all restraint was banished in the uprising of his great love.

But, if he really desired to take part in this uprising, how was I to let him know?

There was a sudden stir, and an uprising of dark forms on all sides.

There were no grounds for any such fears, nor for any anticipations of an uprising.

The uprising had been directed against the British troops alone.

There must be an uprising of our own will and a deliberate choice of God.

The conversation turned to the uprising of the weavers in 1844.

On the day of the uprising each patriot will be told where to go for equipment.

Grief began to turn to hate against the man who was said to have provoked the uprising.

Two dynasties had fallen before the uprising of this fierce democracy.

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