Simple past tense and past participle of lift.(verb)
Raised up; held aloft.(adjective)
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Use "lifted" in a sentence
"The Minimum Means of Reprisal - a title lifted from a Chinese official's description of his government's nuclear stance."
"The American business and agriculture lobbies, which have long supported more trade with Cuba, feel they have a potential ally in President Obama, who early in his term lifted travel and remittance restrictions on Cuban-Americans."
"Anyway, a convoluted plot is exactly what's called for in a movie where each section is introduced with the title lifted from Raymond Chandler, a master of convolution."