Raise (something) to a higher level: (as adjective upraised) an upraised arm
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- His hands were upraised but when she blinked he was gone.
- Her hands were upraised, as if trying to give someone something.
- Half-kneeling, she pressed her fist into the ground, then defiantly upraised it.
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