elevated - Writers' Dictionary

How to hyphenate elevated

elevated is hyphenated as el-e-vat-ed

How to pronounce elevated

elevated is pronounced ´ɛlə´vāɪtɪd

Number of syllables in elevated

The number of syllables in elevated is 4

What part of speech in elevated?

elevated is an adjective

How common in the word elevated?

elevated is not ranked in the list of most common words in English

What sentiment does elevated convey?

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Common collocations after 'elevated'

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Common collocations before 'elevated'

away, before, down, front, has, men, off, old, only, other, over, people, room, sat, seen

Common collocations of 'elevated'

along, away, before, down, first, front, has, head, heart, just, level, love, men, off, old, only, other, over, people, place, room, sat, seen, show, standing, suddenly, two, way, well, year

Words with similar spelling to elevated

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Synonyms of 'elevated'

aerial, affected, Airy, animated, ascending, August, awesome, bent, big, bloated, boiled, boozy, Branch, canned, cheerful, chivalrous, choo-choo, cockeyed, colossal, convoluted, crocked, declamatory, dignified, distinguished, el, elated, electric, eloquent, embankment, eminent, enhanced, erect, ethereal, ethical, exalted, excellent, expanded, express, extended, famous, feeder, feeder line, flamboyant, flaming, flashy, flier, formal, freight, freighter, freight train, fried, fulsome, funicular, garish, gaudy, generous, Glad, glorious, godlike, grand, grandiloquent, grandiose, grave, great, greathearted, handsome, happy, haughty, heroic, high, high-flown, high-minded, high-pitched, high-sounding, high-toned, high-up, highfalutin, honorable, idealistic, illustrious, immortal, imposing, impressive, inflated, inkhorn, interurban, Johnsonian, joyful, junction, knightly, l, labyrinthine, liberal, limited, line, lit, loaded, local, lofty, lurid, lushy, magnanimous, magnificent, magniloquent, main line, majestic, meretricious, metro, mighty, milk train, monorail, monumental, moral, mounting, moving, muzzy, noble, noble-minded, notable, Olympian, orotund, overdone, overelaborate, overwrought, parliamentary, pedantic, pickled, pie-eyed, plastered, polluted, pompous, potted, pretentious, princely, prominent, rail, railroad, railway, raised, rampant, renowned, rhetorical, righteous, roadbed, roadway, sainted, sanctified, sensational, sententious, serious, showy, shuttle, sidetrack, siding, smashed, soaring, solemn, sonorous, special, spread, squiffy, stately, steep, stewed, stilted, stinko, streamliner, sublime, subway, superb, supereminent, superlative, supernal, switchback, swollen, tall, tanked, terminal, terminus, tight, topless, toplofty, topping, tortuous, towering, towery, track, train, tram, trestle, trolley line, trunk, trunk line, tube, turnout, underground, upcast, upright, upstanding, virtuous, way train, weighty

Common Conjunction Collocations of elevated

and, but, nor, or, plus, yet