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Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary
raised (adjective)
1.
a) done in relief
b) having a nap
2.
leavened with yeast rather than with baking powder or baking soda
Merriam-Webster Online Thesaurus
raised (adjective)
1.
being at a higher level than average
SYNONIMS:
elevated, escalated, heightened, increased, jacked (up), raised, up
RELATED WORDS:
extreme, full, maximized, maximum, peaked, sky-high, utmost; inflated, over, overfilled, overflowing, overfull, overlarge, overloaded, oversize ( oversized)
NEAR ANTONYMS:
decreased, depressed, dropped, knockdown [], receded, under
down, low
raised (adjective)
2.
being positioned above a surface
SYNONIMS:
lifted, raised, uplifted, upraised
RELATED WORDS:
aerial, suspended; erect, perpendicular, standing, upright, upstanding, vertical
NEAR ANTONYMS:
low, low-lying, short, squat
sunken
raised (adjective)
3.
rising straight up
SYNONIMS:
perpendicular, plumb, raised, standing, stand-up, upright, upstanding, vertical
RELATED WORDS:
elevated, lifted, upended, upraised; semierect; freestanding, stand-alone
NEAR ANTONYMS:
prostrate, supine; diagonal, hanging, sagging, slant, slanted, slanting, slanty
flat, recumbent
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