wellraised

raised

[reyzd]
adjective
1.
fashioned or made as a surface design in relief.
2.
Cookery. made light by the use of yeast or other ferment but not with baking powder, soda, or the like.

Origin:
1595–1605; raise + -ed2

nonraised, adjective
self-raised, adjective
unraised, adjective
well-raised, adjective
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Word Origin & History

raise
c.1200, from O.N. reisa "to raise," from P.Gmc. *raizjan (cf. Goth. ur-raisjan, O.E. ræran "to rear," see rear (v.)), causative of base *ris- "to rise" (see rise). At first sharing many senses with native rear (v.). Used in most of the varied
modern senses since M.E.; some later evolutions include "to bring up" (a child), 1744; "to elevate" (the consciousness), 1970. The noun is first recorded 1500 in sense of "a levy;" meaning "increase in amount or value" is from 1728, specific sense in poker is from 1821. Meaning "increase in salary or wages" is from 1898, chiefly Amer.Eng. (British preferring rise).
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