UP, adv.1. Aloft; on highBut up or down -2. Out of bed. He is not up.3. Having risen from a seat.Sir Roger was up.4. From a state of concealment or discumbiture.5. In a state of being built.Up with my tent.6. Above the horizon. The sun is up.7. To a state of excitement. He was wrought up to a rage.8. To a state of advance or proficiency.- Till we have wrought ourselves up to this degree of christian indifference.9. In a state of elevation or exaltation.Those that were up, kept others low.10. In a state of climbing or ascending. We went up to the city or town.11. In a state of insurrection.The gentle archbishop of York is up.My soul is up in arms.12. In a state of being increased or raised. The river is up; the flood is up.13. In a state of approaching; as up comes a fox.14. In order. He drew up his regiment.15. From younger to elder years; as from his youth up.1. Up and down, from one place to another; here and there.2. From one state or position to another; backwards and forwards.1. Up to, to an equal highth with; as up to the chin in water.2. To a degree or point adequate. Live up to the principles professed.Up with, raise; life; as, up with the fist; up with the timber.Up is much used to modify the actions expressed by verbs. It is very often useful and necessary; very often useless.To bear up, to sustain.To go up, to ascend.To lift up, to raise.To get up, to rise from bed or a seat.To bind up, to bind together.To blow up, to inflate; to distend; to inflame.To grow up, to grow to maturity.Up stream, from the mouth towards the head of a stream; against the stream; hence up is in a direction towards the head of a stream or river; as up the country.Up sound, in the direction from the sea; opposed to down sound, that is, in the direction of the ebb tide.Up is used elliptically for get up, expressing a command or exhortation.Up, let us be going. Judges 19.
UP, prep. From a lower to a higher place. Go up the hill.