earth up

VERB
  1. block with earth, as after a landslide
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How To Use earth up In A Sentence

  • I would throw out the earth upon this hand towards the town for the scarp, — and on that hand towards the campaign for the counterscarp. — The Life and Opinions of Tristram Shandy, Gentleman
  • What mysterious force guided the seedling from the dark earth up to the light, through leaf and stem and bud, to glorious fulfilment in the perfect flower? The Story of My Life
  • If can be done appoint earth up unripe , fractional line can fall a lot of!
  • So she arose and clad herself, and went straight to the grave begun, and toiled hard till she had digged it out deep, and sithence she dragged the witch thereinto and heaped the earth upon her. The Water of the Wondrous Isles
  • And yet he had never been so deeply conscious of the gulf which lay between the oriental fatalism of his life and ways and the placid self-assurance of these westerners, so well-content with the earth upon which their feet fell. The Great Prince Shan
  • So she arose and clad herself, and went straight to the grave begun, and toiled hard till she had digged it out deep, and sithence she dragged the witch thereinto and heaped the earth upon her. The Water of the Wondrous Isles
  • The sky looks black from the moon and you'll see earth up in the sky.
  • Then, beginning sixty-five million years ago, an intense earth uplifting occurred that raised the Andes Mountains to their present height. INCA GOLD
  • Beyond definition, one with the earth upon which it plays, Shelley's "Wind" (69), no longer identified as autumnal, is also one with the poet as the practice itself of poetry — a practice that extends beyond writer and reader to effect the awakening of earth itself. Shelley's Golden Wind: Zen Harmonics in _A Defence of Poetry_ and 'Ode to the WestWind'
  • The race to launch a rocket booster to the edge of space then land it back on Earth upright and intact was always going to be hard-fought. Times, Sunday Times
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