upraised


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up·raise

 (ŭp-rāz′)
tr.v. up·raised, up·rais·ing, up·rais·es
To raise or lift up; elevate.

upraised

(ʌpˈreɪzd)
adj
held up in the air: the landlady's upraised glass.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.upraised - held up in the airupraised - held up in the air; "stood with arms upraised"; "her upraised flag"
raised - located or moved above the surround or above the normal position; "a raised design"; "raised eyebrows"
Translations

upraised

[ʌpˈreɪzd] adj [arm, hand, glass] → levé(e)

upraised

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References in classic literature ?
The action of fresh water on the gently inclined Wealden district, when upraised, could hardly have been great, but it would somewhat reduce the above estimate.
The old and weathered shells left on the surface of the upraised plain still partially retain their colours.
With upraised breast, and like those who draw in their breath: thus did he stand, the sublime one, and in silence:
Damon standing in a little clearing, with upraised club, Tom could not repress a laugh.
With trenchant swords upraised and poised on high, it seemed as though the two valiant and wrathful combatants stood threatening heaven, and earth, and hell, with such resolution and determination did they bear themselves.
On all sides soldiers were running to and fro, throwing up their knapsacks with a jerk of their shoulders and pulling the straps over their heads, unstrapping their overcoats and drawing the sleeves on with upraised arms.
He saw a mighty arm upraised, and a stout spear shoot forward toward the lion, to bury itself in the broad chest.
Then was lamentation upraised after the feast, a great noise in the morning.
Come, then, Athena, with hand upraised (6) over the kiln.
For an instant Tantor, the elephant, paused with upraised trunk and tail, with great ears up-pricked, and then he swung on along the trail at a rapid, shuffling pace--straight toward the covered pit with its sharpened stakes upstanding in the ground.
That face, so full of pity, and of grief, that rain of tears, that awful mute appeal to me, that solemn hand upraised towards Heaven!
The first part of the entertainment being concluded Pistache was desired to say what o'clock it was; he was shown Monsieur de Chavigny's watch; it was then half-past six; the dog raised and dropped his paw six times; the seventh he let it remain upraised.