Lifted In A Sentence

Definition of Lifted

Raised up; held aloft. | Stolen. | simple past tense and past participle of lift

How To Use Lifted In A Sentence?

  • The disabled guerrilla was lifted into the wagon and taken to the nearest farmhouse.
  • Worming our fingers under the edge of the boulder, we lifted with all the strength that was in us.
  • Jessie went to the stove and lifted a lid to peep inquiringly into the fire-box.
  • He lifted her over without further consultation, and still kept her in his care.
  • Gray remembered how he had lifted him from bed to chair, as he might have lifted a child.
  • As he bent down and lifted up the hoof it made a sudden, violent swerve away from him.
  • He lifted himself on his elbow, for he was too weak to rise, and looked round him.
  • He struggled on till past noonday, but no dark cypresses lifted themselves on the sky-line.
  • Boise Bill lifted his huge foot and kicked over first the pan of ham and then the gravy.
  • Decatur was lifted into the carriage, which reached Washington at half-past ten.
  • He was here lifted from the ground by some passengers in a very fainting condition, and brought home to me about midnight.
  • The girl lifted her chin as haughtily as it is possible to lift a chin that is quivering with held-in sobs.
  • Suddenly the lone figure on the beach lifted his hands to his lips, formed into a human speaking trumpet.
  • My spurs fairly lifted the dun horse, and we scuttled in the opposite direction like a scared antelope.
  • I scarcely tried to rise; but he lifted me with that strong and slender arm, and set me upon my feet.
  • He had then touched the panel with his delicate knuckles; no voice had answered, and with a mirthful look he lifted the latch and we both entered.
  • It was a little violin, and he lifted it as if it had been a flower or an infant, and laid his head lovingly upon it while he touched the strings.
  • It was altered in a tractor for one occasion, it was lifted on board warships; made into triplane, etc.
  • The froth and fume of flag-wagging have evaporated; so, too, have lifted bone-quaking mists of dread and suspense.
  • Tom lifted up his eyes and beheld a great black man, seated directly Opposite him on the stump of a tree.
  • Business which had to do with the cache they had lifted from Tucker detained Pinkey in town longer than expected.
  • I left the church-yard with my spirits once more lifted up, and set out a third time for London, in the character of an author.
  • A lark, rising from the field before me, and leaving, as it were, a stream of song behind him as he rose, lifted my fancy with him.

Short & Simple Example Sentence For Lifted | Lifted Sentence

  • He lifted him into the auto.
  • Gray lifted his dark eyebrows.
  • She lifted me upon her lap.
  • Philippa lifted her head a little.
  • Piegan lifted his eyes from the trail for an instant.
  • Canby lifted his wild eyes to the bank.
  • The intelligent dog lifted his head.
  • Oh, you have lifted such a weight from my heart!
  • He was lifted from his horse, and carried into the house.
  • The boys lifted their heads, and we sat expectant.
  • The girl's head lifted haughtily.
  • I lifted the pot of water to his lips again, and he thanked me courteously.
  • Her head, which had drooped for a moment, was lifted gallantly.
  • When the good lady lifted herself up, she saw us, and seemed startled.
  • Mrs. Culpeper lifted the transparent mesh from the point of her nose.
  • Kucsuk smiled and lifted Catharine's hand to his lips.
  • He lifted his hat, and I saw that his forehead and hair was damp with sweat.

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