Although…at present you could elevate such creations to museum worthiness.
They have direct responsibilities for their budget that tends to make them elevate fiscal responsibility over ideology.
Appointing herself to the senate would avoid an ugly re-election effort and elevate her stature.
Unfortunately, multiple recent studies suggest that “real name” Web policies do very little to elevate online content.
Cheney said she hoped they could “elevate” the discussion, adding that the popular daytime show was “quite a low bar.”
To reform and elevate the class of criminals, we must reform and elevate all other classes.
The accomplishment of such a feat will elevate the human spirit.
Her first thought was to take up teaching that she might do something to elevate her people.
To elevate all nations requires a great variety of laborers.
She may 'cultivate his mind—may elevate his thoughts,'—these I believe are the established phrases—but will he be the happier?
To rob: go out and ''elevate'' a bank
[1920s+; probably a play on heist]