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Lift

Synonyms for lift:

Sense 1

gladden, tote, optimize, promotion, kick up, tone down, remove, gratify, regenerate, brighten up, improve, repair, improve on, thrill, pry, pump, pulley, streamline, sharpen, passenger, refine, hitcher, fickle, trail away, transit passenger, juice up, transfer passenger, rejuvenate, tickle, revitalize, piggyback, humanize, buck up, seatmate, clamber, normalize, retrofit, stowaway, winch.

Sense 2

Uprear, toss back, sweeten, resuscitate, reform, operate, elate, seize, kindness, clear up, back seat driver, redress, close in, encouragement, schlep, burnish, heel, scoop up, rebuild, jack up, ravish, quaver, put into, tremble, exhilarate.

Sense 3

buoy, scramble, wave, ferry, thaw, enrich, groan, remedy, cart, uphold, inspirit, nod, please.

Sense 4

pick up, take up, motion, throw up, retrieve, zing, hump, fulfill, break through, inspire, rework, animate, fortify, relieve.

Sense 5

dissipate, tame, wobble, redeem, shoulder, disperse, correct, modulate, recall.

Sense 6

perfect, scatter, ease, take out, flush.

Sense 7

tilt, toss, bang, better.

Sense 8

choke, shake.

Sense 9

cloud.

Sense 12

bear.

Sense 13

track.

Sense 15

break.

Sense 16

high.

Sense 19

hold.

Sense 21

right.

Sense 23

clear.

assistance

aid.

carry

ferry, tote.

cheer up

buck up.

elate

inspirit.

face-lift

face lift.

flap

valve.

get-up

get up.

high spirits

elation, Elatedness, inspiration, animation, exhilaration, exaltation, euphoria.

improve

upgrade.

intensify

heighten.

jackscrew

lifter.

purchase

leverage.

steal

shoplift, snitch, pinch, swipe, purloin.

Other synonyms and related words:

boot, boost, leg up, helping hand, uprise, arise, hand, clear, elevator, assist, heave, exaltation, purloin, inspiration, bang, hook, flush, pinch, elate.

Sense 2 (noun)

transportation.

Sense 3 (noun)

pick up, take up, uphold, Uprear.

Sense 6 (noun)

recall.

Sense 7 (noun)

buoy, inspirit, inspire, animate, flush, exhilarate, elate.

Sense 9 (noun)

kick up.

Sense 10 (noun)

stowaway, transit passenger, transfer passenger, passenger, seatmate, hitcher, back seat driver.

Sense 11 (noun)

crane.

Sense 13 (noun)

schlep, shoulder, hold, hump.

Sense 14 (noun)

revitalize, improve on, enrich, improve, correct, remedy.

Sense 15 (noun)

gladden, please.

Sense 16 (noun)

clear, fickle, brighten up, cloud, ease, break through, break, clear up, close in.

Sense 18 (noun)

tilt, toss, motion, nod.

aid (noun)

leg up.

ascent (noun)

elevation, levitation, escalation, rising, ascension, mounting, uprising, ascent.

event (noun)

rise.

help, aid (noun)

assistance, leg up, support, assist, hand, encouragement, boost.

increase (noun)

boost.

lift (noun)

bring up, face lift, filch, heave, overturn, elevator, airlift, abstract, repeal, cabbage, elevation, wind, face lifting, rustle, pilfer, plagiarise, vacate, raising, go up, ski tow, get up, hoist, move up, rise, revoke, sneak, countermand, pinch, come up, raise, elevate, reverse, aerodynamic lift, hook, rhytidoplasty, swipe, rhytidectomy, annul, purloin, facelift, ski lift, arise, plagiarize, nobble, uprise, rescind, rear, snarf.

support (noun)

support.

transportation (noun)

ride, transport.

aid (verb)

help, support, aid, assistance.

ascend (verb)

elevate, levitate, soar, rise, climb, scale, ascend, float, escalade, mount.

carry (verb)

lug.

change (verb)

raise.

elevate (verb)

exalt, uplift, upraise, raise, rear, escalate, erect, heighten, hoist.

motion (verb)

raise, get up, bring up, elevate.

move upwards; ascend (verb)

pick up, upraise, uplift, rear, raise, hike, climb, uphold, erect, aspire, put up, move up, bring up, come up, rise, arise, dissipate, soar, mount, elevate, jack up, hoist, take up, Uprear, disperse.

promote, improve (verb)

exalt, upgrade, advance, enhance.

steal (verb)

grab, purloin, thieve, holdup, plagiarize, fleece, extort, nip, pinch, pilfer, embezzle, mug, hook, pirate, rob, hijack, swindle, cop, pocket, swipe, defraud, palm, filch, rustle, burglarize, blackmail, stickup, shoplift, shanghai, snitch, haul, heist, abstract, loot, steal, poach, plunder.

Usage examples for lift:

  • Come, I will lift you into it. - "The Crofton Boys", Harriet Martineau.
  • Will you give me a lift, doctor, if you're going toward town? - "The Quality of Mercy", W. D. Howells.
  • Janet tried to lift her face. - "Janet's Love and Service", Margaret M Robertson.

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