elevation

[ el-uh-vey-shuhn ]SEE DEFINITION OF elevation

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ELEVATION

The elevation of this encampment is 2,940 feet above the sea.

By observation, the elevation of this encampment is 2,250 feet.

The elevation of the camp by the boiling point, is 8,050 feet.

How high from the surface of the ground has this dust been gathered--at what elevation?

This is one advantage of starting from an elevation—your machine will go further.

Perhaps from their elevation they saw the railway, and it aggravated them.

It re-quires An elevation, and A preparation of the intellect.

I could, if I pleased, give you a plan and elevation of this castle.

Barbezieux had viewed with discontent the elevation of Chamillart.

The last "meet" was to dine Lord Russell on his elevation to the Bench.

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