RAISE


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raise

[rāz]
(mining engineering)
A shaftlike mine opening, driven upward from a level to connect with a level above, or to the surface.

RAISE

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When they had forced a goblet of the fiery liquid upon him, Peter of Colfax regained his lost nerve enough so that he could raise his sword arm and defend himself; and as the fumes circulated through him, and the primal instinct of self-preservation asserted itself, he put up a more and more creditable fight, until those who watched thought that he might indeed have a chance to vanquish the Outlaw of Torn.
I see that thousand and raise her the same old thousand.
I see you, Mac," he said, "and I raise her a little thousand just so as not to keep Daylight out.
I see that six thousand, and I raise her five thousand.
Raise, to-morrow, raise thy white sails to the wind.
Death raises all his voices around, and mixes with the sounds of shields.
50 -- the amount on hand much more than balancing a little grass which I did not raise.
I am again at the window-sill," continues Rouletabille, "and once more I raise my head above it.
He had heard the grating of the ladder on the wall, and I saw the monstrous back of the man raise itself.
After all, he had a year at his disposal, in which to raise the three thousand pounds--and a year is a long time.
The brave old plant in its lonely days, Shall fatten upon the past; For the stateliest building man can raise, Is the Ivy's food at last.
He had ruptured a blood-vessel, and he was a dead man before his son could raise him.