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noun as in improvement

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So an apples-to-apples comparison is difficult to do when other states are still on the upswing.

That’s leading to optimism within the industry for an upswing in the spring and summer, even as rates remain depressed and a recovery in business travel is a long way off.

From Fortune

Philanthropic support for climate work in the United States has been on the upswing in recent years.

There have been ups and downs—and we’re currently on one of the upswings.

The situation has prompted an upswing in outdoor activities and forced everyday behaviors, such as eating at a restaurant or working out at a gym, to take place outside.

From Quartz

At the same time I was on an emotional upswing, a hyper-manic swoop and I was falling in love with my now-wife.

Because more people are working at slightly higher wages, the volume of withheld income and payroll taxes is on the upswing.

Indeed, just last week, a cluster of polls showed that deism is on the upswing in America.

As extreme and high profile as the Soldera case might have been, wine crimes appear to be on an upswing.

The welcome upswing was all thanks to the newly emerging specialty beer market.

Another factor of historic significance was the massive upswing in the strength of the free world.

The sober mood, the unaccustomed surge of emotion, was still on me, but it was giving way to a sudden upswing of exaltation.

But within the past hundred years it was again on the upswing.


On this page you'll find 13 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to upswing, such as: upturn, boom, growth, and increase.

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