And our comic books and movies, too, can uplift and enrich, or shape a disturbed imagination.
uplift and pleasantness: is this an acceptable definition of what we mean by literature?
His message hinged on uplift, the same one that would become distilled into the hope and change mantra of the Obama campaign.
There was only the perpetual effort to improve the self and uplift the race.
By contrast, Washingtonians and Oregonians are seeing a nice 1mm uplift per year—great for downhill skiing.
The better American has continually been seeking to "uplift" himself, his neighbors, and his compatriots.
He must appeal to the masses, teach, lead, uplift and inspire them to action.
Men of education and decency ask, and ask seriously, if it is really possible to uplift Africa.
The monumental masonry by Portland Road failed to uplift him.
He could only lay his hand gently on the suppliants head, and uplift his eyes to heaven in prayer.