Many of the gender-variant male types were stigmatized; being regarded as women was hardly an elevation in social status.
But for me the elevation of feeling-over-thought was best encapsulated by the signs in the crowd.
There are dozens of fitness gadgets on the market that can measure movement, heart rate, elevation, and even body temperature.
Being a thousand miles from the ocean and at a ten thousand elevation, our snowflakes are mostly air.
Variables like weather, azimuth, elevation, crude launchers, and rocket viability quickly add up.
On the other hand, at an elevation of about 12,000 feet in lat.
The elevation of this encampment is 2,940 feet above the sea.
For the mere rhetorical "elevation" of blank verse we have no use whatever.
The elevation of the camp by the boiling point, is 8,050 feet.
Now, is it reasonable to believe that dust, however fine, will remain in the atmosphere at that elevation for over six months?
late 14c., "a rising, height of something," from Old French elevation and directly from Latin elevationem (nominative elevatio) "a lifting up," noun of action from past participle stem of elevare (see elevate). Meaning "act of elevating" is from 1520s.