verb (used with object), el·e·vat·ed, el·e·vat·ing.
Origin of elevate
Synonyms for elevate
Related Words for elevateuplift, heighten, raise, appoint, upgrade, boost, prefer, intensify, enhance, excite, inspire, refine, pyramid, uphold, tilt, ramp, poise, erect, pump, hoist
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Contemporary Examples of elevate
It needs to voice and elevate an idea of democratic citizenship strong enough to block the growth of money in politics.Undo Citizens United? We’d Only Scratch the Surface
November 12, 2014
“Suddenly there was a trend to elevate comfort food,” continues Hanna-Korpi.Have We Reached ‘Peak Burger’? The Crazy Fetishization of Our Most Basic Comfort Food
July 31, 2014
Some research suggests use can elevate the risk of psychosis in people already at risk.Weed Gave My Family Everything—Then Took It Away
April 9, 2014
It was one of the very few realms in India to elevate a woman to the throne.India’s Newest State Telangana Is Bosnia Redux
March 22, 2014
We should educate people about what business does in its core activity to elevate people out of poverty.Goldman’s Lloyd Blankfein Says He Learned ‘Lessons’ from Occupy Wall Street
September 25, 2013
Historical Examples of elevate
You're not here to elevate their minds or teach them anything.The Foolish Lovers
St. John G. Ervine
And this helped to perfect his character, to elevate him to a complete forgetfulness of self.Doctor Pascal
Will it elevate his thoughts and desires to higher and nobler aims, or inspire him to "look from nature up to nature's God?"
Your motto should be to elevate the standard of your flocks, rather than to increase their number beyond your means of feeding.
To promote their happiness is not his first object, but to elevate their moral nature.Philebus