What is another word for upraise?

Pronunciation: [ʌpɹˈe͡ɪz] (IPA)

Upraise means to lift up or elevate. Some synonyms for upraise include elevate, lift, raise, hoist, boost, uphold, enhance, uphold, and uplift. These words convey the idea of increasing something to a higher level. Elevate suggests raising something to a more significant level, while uplift means to lift to a more spiritual or emotional level. Raise and lift are more general terms, referring to the physical act of raising something upward. Hoist and boost also imply lifting something, but with more effort or force. Upward and upsurge are also similar terms related to upraise.

What are the hypernyms for Upraise?

A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.

What are the opposite words for upraise?

Upraise refers to lifting something up or elevating it. The antonym for upraise would mean lowering or bringing something down. The word downgrade can be used as an antonym for upraise. Other antonyms for upraise include depress, drop, lower, and demote. These words refer to the opposite of upraise, which is lowering or bringing something down to a lower level. It's important to understand these antonyms to grasp the full meaning of the word upraise, as sometimes antonyms can provide more context and clarity to the word's intended meaning.

What are the antonyms for Upraise?

Usage examples for Upraise

Slay this woman, and upraise The law for evermore: she that betrays Her husband's bed, let her be judged and die.
"The Trojan Women of Euripides"
And now, since this my plague would seem to yield Some pause and brief forgetfulness of pain, With thine own hand, my son, upraise me here, And set me on my feet, that, when my strength After exhaustion shall return again, We may move shoreward and launch forth with speed.
"The Seven Plays in English Verse"
A few tiny palms are also planted about these wells, in this Turkish attempt to upraise Septimius Severus.
"Travels in the Great Desert of Sahara, in the Years of 1845 and 1846"
James Richardson

Famous quotes with Upraise

  • The Spirit is a higher infinite of verities; life is a lower infinite of possibilities which seek to grow and find their own truth and fulfilment in the light of these verities. Our intellect, our will, our ethical and our aesthetic being are the reflectors and the mediators. The method of the West is to exaggerate life and to call down as much — or as little — as may be of the higher powers to stimulate and embellish life. But the method of India is on the contrary to discover the spirit within and the higher hidden intensities of the superior powers and to dominate life in one way or another so as to make it responsive to and expressive of the spirit and in that way increase the power of life. Its tendency with the intellect, will, ethical, aesthetic and emotional being is to sound indeed their normal mental possibilities, but also to upraise them towards the greater light and power of their own highest intuitions.
    Sri Aurobindo

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