verb (used with object), up·raised, up·rais·ing.
Origin of upraise
Related formsup·rais·er, noun
Examples from the Web for upraise
He struck the root of the tree with his tunnel and made an upraise to the inside of the trunk.Bears I Have Met--and Others|Allen Kelly
And each cañon as he passed was empty, and each had some shrub, like a crouching man, to startle him and upraise the revolver.Way of the Lawless|Max Brand
The floor and upraise of this recess is plastered with adobe, which in several places is smooth and well made.Archeological Expedition to Arizona in 1895|Jesse Walter Fewkes
For national right and justice, for really oppressed nationalities, she has long ceased to upraise her voice or her arm.
Mrs. Fane looked with her kind round eyes into the worn face that tried to upraise itself to greet her.Old Kensington|Miss Thackeray