Definitions of elevated

  1.   raised above the ground; " an elevated platform"
  2.   Uplifted; high; lofty; also, animated; noble; as, elevated thoughts.
  3.   of Elevate
  4.   Raised; exalted; dignified; excited.
  5.   Exalted; dignified; elated; high pitched; turned upward, said of wings.
  6.   raised above ground level; on elevated rails; " elevated railway"

Antonyms for elevated

debased, hateful, wrong, despicable, sad, low, nodding, ill-bred, joyless, sottish, lowermost, crude, melancholy, coarse, beastly, iniquitous, brokenhearted, stooping, wretched, droopy, downward, uncultured, incorrect, small-minded, knockdown, under, ungrammatical, ignominious, nethermost, miserable, degraded, dejected, rude, unrighteous, dirty, down, forlorn, lowered, dropped, disheartened, sunken, lowbred, unsavory, uncouth, sinful, black, base, discreditable, nefarious, Saddened, stolid, dastardly, sordid, unlawful, even, swinish, gossipy, downcast, bowed, drooping, glum, insensible, detestable, uncultivated, sorrowful, unpolished, sawed-off, rotten, woeful, reduced, short, mean, vile, contemptible, brute, humiliating, ignorant, sensual, heartbroken, level, descending, weeping, rock bottom, slangy, undignified, squat, nonformal, inclining, feral, hanging, vicious, gloomy, Declined, hangdog, vernacular, Receded, villainous, uneducated, gross, fallen, sagging, low-lying, brutal, squalid, declining, heartsore, common, abominable, unhappy, unethical, sorry, heartsick, crestfallen, narrow, pendulous, crass, unbookish, ignoble, decreased, carnal, subhuman, bowing, animalistic, casual, chattery, doleful, colloquial, chatty, descendant, low-slung, Grounded, Ferine, tasteless, Undermost, lowbrow, conversational, hung, dark, mournful, brutish, inferior, dishy, bottom, lascivious, despondent, substandard, woebegone, inconsolable, bestial, downhearted, repulsive, degenerate, lousy, evil, depressed, deep, little, disconsolate, newsy, bottommost, blue, indecent, unliterary, wicked, bad, low-spirited, informal, Ineloquent, unrefined, rough, offensive, abreast, Dwarfed, unlearned, ugly, vulgar, degrading, stunted.

Quotes of elevated

  1. The principal or highest part of the mountain having changed its direction to east and west, I ascended it in such manner as to leave its most elevated ranges to the south and travelled north west over a very rough and broken country generally covered with snow. – William Henry Ashley
  2. Well, you cannot think of cinema now, and you cannot think of cinema in the UK and not place Chaplin in the most extraordinary elevated context, if there can be such a thing, in that he was a genius, he was unique. – Richard Attenborough
  3. I have been watching and drawing the surface of Mars. It is wonderfully full of detail. There is certainly no question about there being mountains and large greatly elevated plateaus. – Edward E. Barnard
  4. These people have elevated audacity to symphonic and operatic levels. The Florida Supreme Court relied on new law to resolve the election dispute down there. – Vincent Bugliosi
  5. The man who is fond of books is usually a man of lofty thought, and of elevated opinions. – John Dawkins
  6. People do more important jobs than acting in film that should be recognised, but for some reason it's big money, so people are elevated in status. If I was a bus driver, I'm sure you wouldn't be interviewing me. – Adam Garcia
  7. Martyrs do not underrate the body, they allow it to be elevated on the cross. In this they are at one with their antagonists. – Franz Kafka
  8. Friendship is mutual blackmail elevated to the level of love. – Robin Morgan
  9. We love the ability of the people to influence the actions of decision -makers, of lawmakers and presidents to be removed from or elevated to office by the will of voters, and of the community to connect amongst diverse populations through the ballot box. – Charles Rangel
  10. Segregation was a burden for many blacks, because the end of the civil war and the amendments added to the constitution elevated expectations beyond reality in some respects. – Ed Smith
  11. Culture is the arts elevated to a set of beliefs. – Thomas Wolfe
  12. When men take pleasure in feeling their minds elevated with strong drink, and so indulge their appetite as to disorder their understandings, neglect their duty as members of a family or civil society, and cast off all regard to religion, their case is much to be pitied. – John Woolman

Usage examples for elevated

  1. It was different now: the spot wore a changed aspect, and, comparatively, looked small and mean, for his ideas had suddenly been elevated toward " Woodbine Lodge," and a strong desire for its re- possession had seized upon him. ” – The Good Time Coming by T. S. Arthur
  2. He had acquired the trick of firing while his weapon was being elevated not as he lowered it; with a movement like the pointing of a finger. ” – Children of the Desert by Louis Dodge
  3. “ Is it possible to be more perplexed than, for example, in England, where perplexity has been elevated into a system? ” – Selected Essays by Karl Marx
  4. Dim as was the light, there was enough to enable us to overlook a considerable reach of the river, from that elevated stand. ” – Satanstoe by James Fenimore Cooper
  5. Never, perhaps, had the condition of his soul been so elevated and unselfish. ” – Zanoni by Edward Bulwer Lytton
  6. All eyes were turned towards the elevated platform, on which stood the " people of quality." ” – The White Gauntlet by Mayne Reid
  7. But from the moment our young friends left their elevated position, they followed a different route from that of the colt. ” – The Lost Trail by Edward S. Ellis
  8. This is elevated several feet above the ground on four posts which project above the coffin or box. ” – A further contribution to the study of the mortuary customs of the North American Indians First Annual Report of the Bureau of Ethnology to the Secretary of the Smithsonian Institution, 1879-80, Government Printing Office, Washington, 1881, pages 87-204 by H. C. Yarrow
  9. With Great Britain, alike distinguished in peace and war, we may look forward to years of peaceful, honorable, and elevated competition. ” – Complete State of the Union Addresses from 1790 to the Present by Various
  10. On the recently elevated beds of the Red Sea. ” – Coral-Reefs by Darwin, Charles
  11. He led me to a little elevated platform on the back side of the room, where a bed was spread for me. ” – The Women of the Arabs by Henry Harris Jessup
  12. Miss Hepsy elevated her eyebrows, and shook hands with Mr. Keane in silence. ” – Thankful Rest by Annie S. Swan
  13. At length, in June, 1542, after somewhat more than a year consumed in their homeward march, the way- worn company came on the elevated plains in the neighbourhood of Quito. ” – History-of-the-Conquest-of-Peru-with-a-preliminary-view-of-the-civilization-of-the-Incas by Prescott, William Hickling
  14. With calm tone, and slightly elevated eyebrows, she said: " You wish to see me, I understand?" ” – A Mysterious Disappearance by Gordon Holmes
  15. And so Flossie and Freddie, in the elevated express train, were having a long ride all by themselves. ” – The Bobbsey Twins in a Great City by Laura Lee Hope
  16. We will proceed yet higher, and cross the most elevated pass before we stop for breakfast, if your sister can endure hunger so long." ” – On the Banks of the Amazon by W.H.G. Kingston
  17. Would you mind taking me down to the nearest Elevated or- here, let me run it. ” – Brewster's Millions by George Barr McCutcheon
  18. He had looked out and up in a listless abstraction, and the dark heaven above him, brilliant with its eternal lights, had for a moment withdrawn and elevated his thoughts as if he had entered a cathedral. ” – Checkmate by Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu
  19. He knew when he was carried under an elevated system by the crashing roar of trains over his head. ” – The Mind Master by Arthur J. Burks
  20. They are the influence that keeps life elevated and sweet- are they not? ” – The Complete Essays of C. D. Warner by Charles Dudley Warner