uplifting

[ UK /ʌplˈɪftɪŋ/ ]
[ US /ˈəˌpɫɪftɪŋ/ ]
NOUN
  1. the rise of something
    the uplifting of the clouds revealed the blue of a summer sky
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How To Use uplifting In A Sentence

  • The song, printed below, which had its first airing on BBC Radio Swindon, is a blend of guitar and keyboard work with some uplifting words of encouragement for the boys.
  • The baseline is a humble, positive uplifting of Shona culture and values, which is why guitars, drums and horns take a back seat to the unassuming little mbira finger piano.
  • With the use of uplifting essential oils their metabolisms could be fooled into leapfrogging hibernation, believing they had already arrived in the scent of spring.
  • It's as gentle as gentle can be and smells upliftingly of lavender. Times, Sunday Times
  • Not only is non-violence a powerful political tool, but it is, and becomes, a spiritually uplifting force.
  • Look for a wide band for support, uplifting underwire, and cups made of sturdy rather than sheer fabric.
  • It promotes spiritual awareness and is uplifting.
  • What matters is how this declaration would contribute to the uplifting of morals by those in government and the general populace and whether it contravenes the rights and freedoms of non-Christians.
  • Determined to have more uplifting memories of that day, the members of Loch Arthur Creamery made a batch of unpasteurised organic cheese with the last milking from the doomed dairy herd.
  • Chicken with shallot vinaigrette and green salad Finely chopped shallot has an uplifting effect on roast chicken. Times, Sunday Times
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