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
The raised arm of Ms. Smith’s singer echoes the tradition’s stern gesture for marking a beat.
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.
Building a raised bed wall that will outlast the Roman Coliseum really may not give me any status among neighbors.
To make a raised bed, remove the sod, add a few inches of the garden soil and compost mix, then dig to mix it with the underlying soil.
In the Gator Tech Smart House, a project at the University of Florida, architects used a raised floor and hollow crown molding (to hold wires).
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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
RAISED Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of raised for English Language Learners
: higher than the surrounding area or surface
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