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1elevated

adjective el·e·vat·ed \-ˌvā-təd\

: raised above the ground

: higher than normal

: having an intelligent and usually formal tone or quality

Full Definition of ELEVATED

1
a :  raised especially above the ground or other surface <an elevated highway>
b :  increased especially abnormally (as in degree or amount) <elevated blood pressure>
2
a :  being morally or intellectually on a high plane :  refined <elevated conversation>
b :  formal, dignified <elevated diction>
3
:  exhilarated in mood or feeling

Examples of ELEVATED

  1. Her poetry is known for its elevated style.
  2. <an elevated monorail that transports visitors all over the theme park>

First Known Use of ELEVATED

1553

2elevated

noun

Definition of ELEVATED

:  2el

First Known Use of ELEVATED

1881
Medical Dictionary

elevated

adjective el·e·vat·ed \ˈel-ə-ˌvāt-əd\

Medical Definition of ELEVATED

:  increased especially abnormally (as in degree or amount) <elevated blood pressure> <elevated temperature>

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