Definition of upsurge:
Synonyms for upsurge:
passel, pot, proliferate, magnify, spurt, boost, hurry, tidy sum, freshet, wad, bang, escalate, lot, peck, flush, surge, multiply, great deal, good deal, burgeon, rush, spate, enlarge, increase, soar, sight, kick, jump, explosion, pile, rushing, aggrandize, amplify, swell, stack, mount, expand, raft, run up, billow, extend, quite a little, growth, heap, snowball, mountain, boot, mickle, mint, thrill, charge, beef up, deal, augment, batch, rise, build, grow, mass, flock, plenty, muckle, haste, mess, leap, build up, upswing, wax, hatful, slew.
- "Mate in Two Moves", Winston Marks.
The phase which the valiant prosecutors of a Crusade, endowed with such tremendous potentialities, are about to enter must, as this divinely propelled, this highly beneficent, mysteriously unfolding enterprise hastens past its midway point, and approaches the closing stages of its world- wide operations, witness, in both the teaching and administrative spheres, and in consequence of the impact, which, it is ardently hoped, the deliberations and resolutions of the attendants at these forthcoming Conferences will have upon the immediate destinies of this Crusade, an upsurge of enthusiasm and consecration, before which every single as well as collective exploit, associated with any of the three previous phases, will pale.- "Messages to the Bah√°‚??√≠ World: 1950‚??1957", Shoghi Effendi.
Although repeal brought a wave of reaction against the agitation of the past months and a strong upsurge of loyalty to Great Britain, the leaders of Virginia, and of the other colonies, had consciously or not moved to a new position in their view of the proper relationship between the Colony and the Mother Country.- "The Road to Independence: Virginia 1763-1783", Virginia State Dept. of Education.