1. cause to become alive again
    Slavery is already dead, and cannot be resurrected
    raise from the dead
    Upraising ghosts
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How To Use upraise In A Sentence

  • It wasn't going to happen, though, so she dried her wet face against her upraised knees and lifted her head.
  • Further out, up to her waist, an elderly matron in a voluminous one-piece holds a walkman in upraised arms and belts out the chorus to an opera.
  • The Song and the Chapter 17 story share this “I will upraise him.” The Muse in the Machine
  • Suddenly, with a single lowering of the President Chairman's upraised arms, the crowd was hushed.
  • Toss the ball under the upraised knee as follows: Holding the ball in the right hand, raise the right knee upward, bent at an angle, swing the right arm in circle outward, and toss the ball upward from under the knee; that is, from the inner side of the leg; catch with the hand that threw, palm _outward_. Games for the Playground, Home, School and Gymnasium
  • Al froze in place, one hand upraised, his eyes narrowing.
  • It shows a giant figure of a woman with an upraised hand drawn leftward.
  • I didn't say anything; the thunder of the storm roared too loudly in my head for me to upraise my small voice against it, or to offer my tiny sympathy to that man whose endurance had been measured against the elements, and whose standard must be for ever after raised to the summit of their standard. The Tale Of Mr. Peter Brown - Chelsea Justice From "The New Decameron", Volume III.
  • He hustled up to the wicket and clean bowled George who had his bat upraised as if in surrender. GOODBYE CURATE
  • stood with arms upraised
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