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Adjective
Held aloft
Verb
Past tense for raise to a higher position or level
“When the cure was complete, the probe was raised to lift the entire cell wall above the water level.”
Verb
Past tense for to revoke or cancel
“He is also asking the Treasury to cancel the currency fluctuation bands and to lift the restrictions on the issue of short-term debt certificates.”
Verb
Past tense for steal
“The grey sports car was parked on Masonfield Crescent when burglars broke in to lift the keys and make their getaway in the early hours on Saturday.”
Verb
Past tense for promote, improve
“The idea was to lift the neediest children out of the cycle of poverty by helping them and their parents, all too often their lone mothers.”
Verb
Past tense for transport by air
“She was discovered by two men, who moved her on a sofa to higher ground, where she waited for a helicopter to lift her to hospital.”
Verb
“This is powerful, tender, big-hearted and dangerously exciting music that's fit to lift the spirits and raise parties from the dead.”
Verb
Past tense for to disappear or disperse
“The dark and dirge-like clouds lift for a few rays of petrified beauty in melodies or in single, sustaining piano notes, achieving a smooth, even balance.”
Verb
“Farmers can now produce two crops of new potatoes, by re-planting when they lift the first crop.”
Verb
“Before he climbed into the back seat, he turned to the house and lifted his voice to its full volume.”
Verb
“Designers themselves lift for different purposes, depending on the work at hand.”
Verb
To have become larger in size or degree
Adjective
Transported
Verb
To have made a quantity bigger
Verb
To have advanced or promoted the growth of
Adjective
Stood on end
Adjective
Adjective
Being positioned above a surface
Adjective
Situated or placed higher than the surrounding area
Adjective
Being positioned above a surface
Verb
To have triggered enthusiasm or eagerness
Adjective
That has been stolen
Adjective
Raised in quantity, volume or degree
Adjective
Having an incline approaching the perpendicular
Adjective
Of imposing height
Adjective
Being at a higher level than average
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