One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
Heave or lift up (something, especially part of the earth's surface)‘the area was first upheaved from the primeval ocean’
haul, pull, lug, manhandle, drag, draw, tugView synonyms
- ‘A week later I was in the backyard when I noticed the dirt near Keith's burial place had been upheaved.’
- ‘Everything is tilted upward, as if the painting were upheaving its contents - more fish, fruit and meat - at the viewer.’
- ‘She's taken to upheaving the cabinets nearest the dishwasher.’
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