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up·lift • v. / ˌəpˈlift/ [tr.] 1. [usu. as adj.] (uplifted) lift (something) up; raise: her uplifted face. ∎  (be uplifted) (of an island, mountain, etc.) be created by an upward movement of the earth's surface. 2. elevate or stimulate (someone) morally or spiritually: [as adj.] (uplifting) an uplifting tune. • n. / ˈəpˌlift/ 1. an act of raising something. ∎  Geol. the upward movement of part of the earth's surface. ∎  [often as adj.] support, esp. for a woman's bust, from a garment: an uplift bra. 2. a morally or spiritually elevating influence: their love will prove an enormous uplift. DERIVATIVES: up·lift·er / ˌəpˈliftər/ n.

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