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- verb Simple past tense and past participle of
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The momentum being upstarted will come to an abrupt halt with me.
Maybe with this guy in the way direct comic book-to-game properties could be upstarted, I'm sure this kind of trend could work out. zombie mania please, a good zombie game.
Just days away from selling the food business she and her husband upstarted three years ago and a light at the end of a striving tunnel would soon come.
After this fashion the Moslems ceased not dashing forwards, one after one, and the Franks to unhorse them and take them captive, till day departed and the night with darkness upstarted.
My company was initially upstarted by Deutsche Bank private equity investors.
I think that the disagreement that they would have had a week ago, really, you know, sort of history right now because I think that the primary thing right now is to get things sort of upstarted and united in a united effort on all fronts.
Further inside the heart of the city upstarted the intoxications of sin and the terrible beggars with their maimed children.
Memories of Hawthorne Rose Hawthorne Lathrop 1888
Franks to unhorse them and take them captive, till day departed and the night with darkness upstarted.
Arabian nights. English Anonymous 1855
"Pardon me," upstarted Mr. Sharp, "this poor gentleman is a mono-maniac; pray, my lurd, let him be removed while the trial is proceeding."
The Complete Prose Works of Martin Farquhar Tupper Martin Farquhar Tupper 1849
From every mass of ruin, from every crumbling temple and mouldering mansion, from every catacomb and cellar, from behind every column and every obelisk, upstarted some desperate warrior with a bloody weapon.
Alroy The Prince Of The Captivity Benjamin Disraeli 1842