Examples of raised in a Sentence
a plaque with raised lettering
due to raised levels of mercury in the water, there is a warning against eating the local shrimp
Recent Examples of raised from the Web
If your drainage is poor, choose another spot or transplant your rose to a raised bed or a container.
Their numbered hands are poised to clap, and make raised fists, and wave cellphones into the jet stream of the biggest touring band in the world.
A year ago, a handful of Michigan players stood for the anthem with raised fists throughout the 2016 season.
The raised arm of Ms. Smith’s singer echoes the tradition’s stern gesture for marking a beat.
Building a raised bed wall that will outlast the Roman Coliseum really may not give me any status among neighbors.
Some of the timber had been used to make raised beds for the grow operation, the paper reported.
University of Miami architecture students erected a tent on a raised wooden platform as a pilot project, but only one was built.
Organic amendments can be added to heavy clay soils before planting or the hibiscus can be planted in a raised bed.
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First Known Use of raised
Synonymselevated, escalated, heightened, increased, jacked (up), high, up
Related Wordsextreme, full, maximized, maximum, peaked, sky-high, utmost; inflated, over, overfilled, overflowing, overfull, overlarge, overloaded, oversize (or oversized)
Near Antonymsdecreased, depressed, dropped, knockdown [chiefly British], receded, under
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