lifted


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lifted

mod. drunk; high. He was acting a little lifted. He only had twelve beers.
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References in classic literature ?
I lifted it, Umslopogaas; it was the skull of a child.
Twala turned and motioned to his son, who advanced with his spear lifted.
So they went forth from the nunnery, and, as they passed through the doors thereof, a great, loud sound of wailing arose from the glade that lay all dark in the dawning, as though many men, hidden in the shadows, had lifted up their voices in sorrow.
Then she lifted both hands, with all the fingers and thumbs spread out, and cried:
She lifted her hand--not beckoning me to approach her, as before, but gently signing to me to remain where I stood.
Genevieve saw her lover's arms drop to his sides as his body lifted, went backward, and fell limply to the floor.
The Wolf consented and lifted up the foot, and was giving his whole mind to the discovery of the thorn, when the Ass, with his heels, kicked his teeth into his mouth and galloped away.
The father lifted his leonine head, looked at the son a moment in silence, and replied: "Well, go, sir, and, whatever may occur, do what you conceive to be your duty.
Without answering--without even listening--he lifted one of his hands, and looked at it vacantly.
He lifted the canvas screen, and looked into the room as Miss Roseberry spoke.
The Fairy, who was waiting at the door of the house, lifted the poor little Marionette in her arms, took him to a dainty room with mother-of-pearl walls, put him to bed, and sent immediately for the most famous doctors of the neighborhood to come to her.
I caught sight of him toiling at the main-sheet, heaving it in and flat with his tremendous muscles, the stern of the schooner lifted high in the air and his body outlined against a white surge of sea sweeping past.