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Adjective
Raised or elevated in height
“In an elevated position above Rougemont Gardens public park, the castle is hard to miss.”
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Raised or elevated in amount, level or degree
“In the first phase, we identified populations exposed to elevated levels of arsenic in drinking water.”
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Having a high rank or social standing
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“Anyway, I know the mayor, despite his elevated status, is still happy to live in King William's Town.”
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Having a dignified in manner, tone, or style
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“All this seems to require a more grand and elevated manner of speaking.”
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Having a benevolent or noble nature
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“His object was not the display of power, but the most elevated benevolence.”
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Of an impressively high or grand level
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“This letter contained an elevated discourse on the virtue of compunction, which Theoctista was meant to pass on to the Empress Constantina herself.”
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Experiencing or marked by overwhelming happiness or joyful excitement
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“There were times when his mood was noticeably elevated, almost to the point of mild euphoria.”
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Extremely tall, especially in comparison with the surroundings
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Showing enthusiasm or displaying positive energy about something
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Sane, clear thinking
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Speaking pompously, especially using deliberately long or esoteric words
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Situated above the level of the head
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Transported
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With wings
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Having an imaginative or sensitively emotional style of expression
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Relaxed and cheerful through being slightly drunk
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Extremely good or impressive
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Willing, or inclined, to take chances or risks
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Rigidly upright or straight
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Intoxicated with enthusiasm
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Jutting or projecting outwards
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Under the influence of alcohol or drugs
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So steep as to be almost vertical
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Of, relating to, or suggestive of, heaven
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To have made a quantity bigger
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Past tense for to physically move from a lower to a higher place or position
“Keep your back flat and chest up as you elevate the bar until it reaches the upper part of your thighs.”
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Past tense for to raise to a more important or impressive level
“Did the very affirmative action programs he opposed work to elevate him to the position of associate justice on the U.S. Supreme Court?”
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Past tense for to raise a person's spirits or confidence
“She decided to go shopping, hoping that some retail therapy would elevate her in some way.”
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