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Noun
The raising of something, such as a body, without apparent physical cause, allegedly using the power of the mind
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The treatment and instruction received by a child from its parents throughout its childhood
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Increase in size or effect
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Lifting up or raising
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The action of building something, typically a large structure
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An example of improving or being improved
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The activity or business of growing crops and raising livestock
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The action of putting into words an idea or feeling
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Legal taking of another's child
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A sum collected as a supplement to an existing subscription
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The action or fact of resurrecting or being resurrected
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The rescue of someone or something from a bad situation
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(caring for) Looking after someone or something
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“She decided to stay home to raise her children personally as she saw fit.”
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Present participle for lift or move to a higher position or level
“The stagehands will need to raise the platform to a level that is high enough for the audience to see the band.”
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Present participle for to lift or move to a vertical position
“Several men were required to raise the heavy column back to its upright position.”
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Present participle for to construct or build (a structure)
“The town council would raise a memorial on the site of the historic event.”
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Present participle for to increase the amount, level, or strength of
“Gina's role will be to raise awareness of the issues surrounding climate change.”
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Present participle for to introduce for consideration
“The latest research would raise several questions about Tsoukalos' claims of intervention by ancient alien astronauts.”
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Present participle for to cause to occur or appear, especially through provocation
“Raids across the border would raise the specter of impending war.”
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Present participle for to promote (someone) to a higher rank
“Janos sides with the Lannisters so that they will raise him to the title of Lord which will help out his three kids.”
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Present participle for to collect or gather together, especially funds for a given purpose
“After their disaster at Torquay, the couple would start a GoFundMe page to raise funds for a second honeymoon.”
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Present participle for to charge or levy
“The state will raise stamp duty on each transfer of ownership.”
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Present participle for to gather people together
“The group is trying to raise a party of protestors for the demonstration.”
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Present participle for to improve in quality
“The players really need to raise their game if they want to be competitive in this league.”
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(of a sound or voice) Present participle for to increase in loudness or intensity
“Don't you raise your voice at me, young man!”
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(of plants) Present participle for to grow or cultivate
“Our neighbors raise a variety of green vegetables in their garden.”
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Present participle for to cause (bread) to rise, especially by the action of yeast
“Yeast is typically used to raise bread or ferment wine.”
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Present participle for to establish radio communications with
“He tried to raise the Coast Guard on VHF radio but was unable to provide his coordinates.”
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(of a siege, blockade, or embargo) Present participle for to abandon or force an enemy to abandon
“He seized Eryx in Sicily but was unable to raise the siege of Drepana.”
Adjective
Relating to the arts and to intellectual achievements
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