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arise to move upward. [1/3 definitions]
ascend to go upward; climb; rise. [1/2 definitions]
ascent a way leading up; upward slope. [1/2 definitions]
chimney a hollow, upright structure above a fireplace or furnace that carries smoke upward and to the outside.
climb to move upward; go towards the top; rise. [2/5 definitions]
Heimlich maneuver an emergency technique used to save a person choking on something, such as food. One must stand behind the person choking and wrap one's arms around the person, just below the rib cage. One then presses hard in an upward movement to force air from the lungs. The rush of air should eject the object.
hitch1 a jerk or pull, especially upward. [1/6 definitions]
lift to bring upward; raise. [2/9 definitions]
mammoth a very large extinct mammal closely related to elephants. Mammoths were much bigger than elephants, and had shaggy black fur and long tusks that curved upward. Several kinds of mammoths lived in the Northern Hemisphere until the end of the last Ice Age. [1/2 definitions]
mount1 to move upward; rise. [1/7 definitions]
rise to move upward. [4/16 definitions]
spire1 a tall, narrow, upward structure shaped like a cone on the outside of a building; steeple.
spring to move upward quickly or suddenly; jump. [1/12 definitions]
stalagmite a rock formation that looks like a cone and is built upward from the floor of a cave. Stalagmites are built up from minerals in dripping water.
up going upward. [3/23 definitions]
up- a prefix that means "up" or "upward."
upgrade an upward slope or incline. [1/2 definitions]
upheaval an act, instance, or condition of being raised or heaved upward. [1/2 definitions]
uphill on an upward slope or in an upward direction. [2/3 definitions]