verb: 3rd person present: raises, past tense: raised, past participle: raised, gerund or present participle: raising
- To move to a higher position: sleepy birds raising their heads and looking about.
- To build: to raise a monument.
- To set in motion, activate: to raise a storm of protest.
- To grow, to care for: to raise corn, to raise prizewinning terriers.
- To serve in the capacity of parent: to raise children.
- To give rise to: His comments raised a ripple of applause.
- To increase in size, quantity, or worth: raise an employee’s salary.
- To increase in intensity, degree, strength, or pitch: raised his voice.
- To improve in rank or dignity: raised her to management level.
- To put forward for consideration: raised an important question.
- To collect or bring together: raise money from the neighbors for a charity.
- To restore to life: to raise the dead.
- To give vigor to, animate: The news raised his spirits.
to cause (something) to rise above the visible horizon by approaching it.
to come in sight of (land, a whale, etc.).
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15. To cough up (phlegm).
raise one’s glass – Drink a toast.
raise one’s hat – Briefly remove one’s hat as a gesture of courtesy or respect to someone.
raise a laugh – Make people laugh.
raise the roof – Make a great deal of noise, especially through cheering.
Sources: https://www.thefreedictionary.com/raise American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fifth Edition. Copyright © 2016 by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishing Company.; https://www.dictionary.com/browse/raise; https://en.oxforddictionaries.com/definition/raise
My personal raising: coming soon.