The Collaborative International Dictionary
Uprun \Up*run"\, v. i. To run up; to ascend.
The young sun
That in the Ram is four degrees uprun.
[A son] of matchless might, who, like a thriving plant,
Upran to manhood.
vb. (context transitive English) To run up; ascend.
Usage examples of "uprun".
He rose to a slight uprun and then the snow seemed to drop out from under him as he went down, down, faster and faster in a rush down the last, long steep slope.