Antonyms for up-raised

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That very instant the up-raised foot of the elephant was on his head.

Little he dreamed that behind him stood an assassin with up-raised tomahawk.

The blue green glow flowed from the up-raised jewel in Snake's hand.

He remembered as he fell the look of horror on the up-raised faces of his friends, and then everything became a blank.

"I reckon the jig's up," remarked Mr. Cassidy, balancing the up-raised Colt with nicety and indifference.

The latter was so narrow and overhanging that I had to lie down and work the skiff along with my up-raised hands.

Only in Fay's up-raised eyes as she held him by the knees had there been one instant's anguished hope.

The priest's up-raised hand is brought near the elbow of Paul, behind whom stands his fellow apostle.

Quick as lightning Ramerrez stepped in and caught Nina's up-raised arm.

He was sitting in a most casual attitude, his hands clasped round one up-raised knee, which he nursed, balancing himself.