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aerial suspended in the air; operating on an elevated track or cables. [1/6 definitions]
ascend to be elevated to. [1/5 definitions]
balcony an elevated platform projecting from the outer wall of a building, surrounded with a railing or low restraining wall. [2 definitions]
beacon a signal of light that guides or gives warning, often located in an elevated position. [1/7 definitions]
bilirubin a reddish-yellow pigment that is formed from the breakdown of heme. Elevated levels in blood are responsible for the yellow color in bruises and in jaundice.
couchant of an animal on a heraldic crest, lying with the front feet forward and the head elevated. [1/2 definitions]
creatinine a waste product produced in muscle from the breakdown of creatine. Elevated levels in blood indicate impaired kidney function.
degeneracy the process of declining, or condition of having declined, from an elevated position, or below a normal or desired state. [1/2 definitions]
el (informal) an elevated railroad.
elate to make extremely happy or proud; cause to be in elevated spirits.
elated extremely happy or proud; in elevated spirits.
elation a feeling or condition of happiness, pride, or elevated spirits.
elevated an elevated railroad, usu. having tracks on frameworks above street level. [1/4 definitions]
elevated railway a railway that is elevated on a framework, permitting ground traffic to circulate beneath it.
eminence an elevated place or part; hill. [1/3 definitions]
exalted raised in rank, power, or the like; elevated. [1/3 definitions]
flight deck an elevated front section in some airplanes, occupied by the pilot, copilot, and engineer. [1/2 definitions]
high of great vertical extent; elevated; tall. [2/14 definitions]
high-toned having an elevated character, morality, or the like; dignified. [1/2 definitions]
hill an elevated area of land, smaller than a mountain. [1/4 definitions]
homocysteine An amino acid that is an intermediate in the metabolism of methionine. In humans, elevated levels of homocysteine in blood are associated with increased risk of cardiovascular disease and stroke.