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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Pennsylvania, nevertheless, in a time of profound peace, from the existence of partial disorders in one or two of her counties, has resolved to raise a body of troops; and in all probability will keep them up as long as there is any appearance of danger to the public peace.
He had heard the grating of the ladder on the wall, and I saw the monstrous back of the man raise itself.
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.
And I raise you five thousand just to lend a hand at keeping Jack out," MacDonald said, in turn.
I says look at my hat -- if you call it a hat -- but the lid raises up and the rest of it goes down till it's below my chin, and then it ain't rightly a hat at all, but more like my head was shoved up through a jint o' stove- pipe.
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.
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.
2 : collect 1 <The school is trying to raise money.