(Up*hang") v. t. To hang up. Spenser.
(Up*hasp") v. t. To hasp or faster up; to close; as, sleep uphasps the eyes. [R.] Stanyhurst.
(Up"heaped`) a. Piled up; accumulated.
God, which shall repay all with upheaped measure.Udall.
(Up*heav"al) n. The act of upheaving, or the state of being upheaved; esp., an elevation of a
portion of the earth's crust. Lubbock.
(Up*heave"), v. t. To heave or lift up from beneath; to raise. Milton.
(Up*held") imp. & p. p. of Uphold.
(Up"her) n. (Arch.) A fir pole of from four to seven inches diameter, and twenty to forty feet
long, sometimes roughly hewn, used for scaffoldings, and sometimes for slight and common roofs, for
which use it is split. [Spelt also ufer.] [Eng.] Gwilt.
(Up*hill") adv. Upwards on, or as on, a hillside; as, to walk uphill.
1. Ascending; going up; as, an uphill road.
2. Attended with labor; difficult; as, uphill work.
(Up*hilt") v. t. To thrust in up to the hilt; as, to uphilt one's sword into an enemy. [R.] Stanyhurst.
(Up*hoard") v. t. To hoard up. [Obs.] Shak.
(Up*hold") v. t.
1. To hold up; to lift on high; to elevate.
The mournful train with groans, and hands upheld.Dryden.
Besought his pity.
2. To keep erect; to support; to sustain; to keep from falling; to maintain.
Honor shall uphold the humble in spirit.Prov. xxix 3.
In spite of spite, alone upholds the day.
3. To aid by approval or encouragement; to countenance; as, to uphold a person in wrongdoing.
(Up*hold"er) n. [Up + holder. Cf. Upholsterer.]
1. A broker or auctioneer; a tradesman. [Obs.]
2. An undertaker, or provider for funerals. [Obs.]
The upholder, rueful harbinger of death.Gay.
3. An upholsterer. [Obs.]
4. One who, or that which, upholds; a supporter; a defender; a sustainer.