elevate[ verb el-uh-veyt; adjective el-uh-veyt, -vit ]SEE DEFINITION OF elevate
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ELEVATE
You're not here to elevate their minds or teach them anything.
And this helped to perfect his character, to elevate him to a complete forgetfulness of self.
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.
The thoughts might be uplifting to Almena, but they did not elevate my spirits.
Each is a link in the chain which will be mighty to elevate the fallen.
The Cherubim and Seraphim have wings that elevate them above our zenith.
The same lesson that brought him so low served to elevate me.
You could not elevate your mind even to comprehend my motives.
RELATED WORDS AND SYNONYMS FOR ELEVATE
- come around
- doctor up
- gain ground
- look up
- make strides
- perk up
- pick up
- set right
- shape up
- straighten out
- take off
- touch up
- turn the corner