Definition of Araise

1. v. t. To raise.



Definition of Araise

1. Verb. (obsolete) To raise. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Araise

1. to raise [v ARAISED, ARAISING, ARAISES] - See also: raise

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Araise

arachnophobic
aracytin
aracytine
arad
arads
araeostyle
araeostyles
arage
aragonite
aragonites
aragonitic
araguato
araguatos
arahant
arahants
araise (current term)
araised
araises
araising
arak
arakiite
araks
aralia
aralias
aralkyl
aralkyl-CoA-glycine N-acyltransferase
aralkyls
aramayoite
arame
arames

Literary usage of Araise

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1. English Churchwomen of the Seventeenth Century. (1846)
"Death consecrates and makes sacred that person, whose excellency was such, that they are not displeased at the death, cannot dis- araise the life ; but they ..."

2. Seven Lectures on Shakespeare and Milton by Samuel Taylor Coleridge (1856)
"Drayton in 1596 employed the word " araised," but in 1603 he altered it to raised, as if in the interval " araise" had become uncommon, and was therefore ..."

3. Kléber en Vendée (1793-1794) by Jean-Baptiste Kléber (1907)
"La colonne de Laval, qui balaie entre Craon et Cossé, se portera en avant de la forêt de Craon, entre les forêts d'araise et de la Guerche. Le 8 floréal '. ..."

4. The Publications of the Selden Society by Selden Society (1903)
"sv araise. 11 William Harcourt, of Cornbury Park, Oxfordshire, first cousin once removed of Sir Robert ..."

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