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The proper past tense of the word "come up". This is more proper than "comed up" and head and shoulders better than "came up", which only sissies say. Its identical twin opposite is "come downed".

Some spelt without the hypen, though the hypen always exists when verbally spoken.
Recently, the topic come-upped that the earth's magnetic field could be subject to an anomaly, as a result of the aligning of the planets, something that occurs every 26,000 years.
by therealizer August 07, 2018
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