Definition of Lift up

1. Verb. Take and lift upward.

Exact synonyms: Gather Up, Pick Up
Generic synonyms: Bring Up, Elevate, Get Up, Lift, Raise



2. Verb. Fill with high spirits; fill with optimism. "The performance is likely to lift up Sue"; "Music can uplift your spirits"
Exact synonyms: Elate, Intoxicate, Pick Up, Uplift
Generic synonyms: Excite, Shake, Shake Up, Stimulate, Stir
Specialized synonyms: Beatify, Puff, Beatify, Exalt, Exhilarate, Inebriate, Thrill, Tickle Pink
Causes: Joy, Rejoice
Antonyms: Depress
Derivative terms: Elation, Elation, Intoxication

Definition of Lift up

1. Verb. To elevate to a higher position ¹

2. Verb. To lighten the mood of someone. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Lift Up

lifeworlds
lifeworthy
lifie
lifies
liflode
liflodes
lift
lift-to-drag ratio
lift a finger
lift bridge
lift off
lift out
lift pump
lift scheme
lift schemes
lift up (current term)
liftable
liftback
liftbacks
lifted
lifted a finger
lifter
lifters
liftest
lifteth
liftgate
liftgates
liftin
lifting
lifting a finger

Literary usage of Lift up

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1. The Englishman's Hebrew and Chaldee Concordance of the Old Testament by George V. Wigram (1866)
"lift up your eyes on high, 49:18. lift up thine eyes round about, 13 60: 4. ... lift up your eyes (o the heavens, 14 5. and the sons of Israel carried Jacob ..."

2. Bibliotheca Sacra and Theological Review (1873)
"To lift up the voice (raise it). Often used with other verbs, ... Not drop the head in unconcern, but lift up the countenance and smile, Num. vi. 26. ..."

3. Daniel Deronda by George Eliot (1876)
"... best ;" and when he had finished, she eould say nothing—she eould only lift up her lips to his and just kiss them, as if that were the simplest " yes. ..."

4. A Hebrew and English Lexicon of the Old Testament: Including the Biblical by Wilhelm Gesenius, Edward Robinson (1844)
"But •/) xr: Mb» rraa 'c exn to lift up the head of any one out of prison, ... 2. c) V:E Xi3 to lift up one's countenance, spoken of one conscious of ..."

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