[ rel-uh-vey; French ruhluh-vey ]
/ ˌrɛl əˈveɪ; French rələˈveɪ /
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a rising up onto full point or half point from the flat of the feet.
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Origin of relevé
1925–30; <French: literally, raised, past participle of relever;see relieve
Words nearby relevé
relentlessly, Relenza, relet, relevance, relevant, relevé, relexify, reliability, reliable, reliance, reliant
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How to use relevé in a sentence
Potts very unwell this evening owing to rideing a hard trotting horse; I give him a pill of Opiom which Soon releve him.The Journals of Lewis and Clark|Meriwether Lewis and William Clark
Appius Claudius et senex et cæcus, a father full of wisedome can releve the state of decaying Rome.
Cependant, comme Nic Deck gardait le silence, il s'en suit que la proposition du ptour ne fut releve par personne.Le chteau des Carpathes|Jules Verne