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Definition of "uplifted" []

  • Simple past tense and past participle of uplift. (verb)

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Use "uplifted" in a sentence
  • "Nor alone his mother, but divers conventional generations, even back to the sturdy ancestor who first uplifted from the soil and looked down."
  • "Crowning the granite shaft, with wings outstretched and arms uplifted, is an angel of victory over-topping the mother and her sons."
  • "He seemed to sit in the theatre himself had built, and to behold the semblance of the countless Roman multitude, and hear his name uplifted to the stars by joyous voices, and all the roaring benches vying in their applause."
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