idealistic, high-flown, altitude, deluxe, expansive, elevated railroad, elated, high-ranking, tall, high-sounding, high, elevated railway, aerial, el, eloquent, steep, elate, soaring, marvellous, style, tremendous, lordly, luxurious, rare, lofty, noble, moral, rise, majestic, heroic, empyrean, reverend, elevation, proud, wonderful, rarified, empyreal, magisterial, princely, noble-minded, happy, grand, sublime, august, towering, fantastic, terrific, wondrous, high-minded, ideal, rarefied, opulent, overhead, overhead railway, overjoyed, gallant, rattling, gilded, up, increase, sumptuous, howling, imposing, eminent, marvelous
elevated (part of speech: verb)
heightened (part of speech: verb)
ascended (part of speech: verb)
increased (part of speech: verb)
added, extended, expanded, grew, burgeoned, magnified, boosted, grown, fattened, incremented, multiplied, augmented, upgraded, lengthened, additional, increased, advanced, widened, inflated, amplified, accrued, larger, maximized, raised, heightened, reinforced, broadened, swollen, enlarged
reputable (part of speech: adjective)
famous, remarkable, distinguished, memorable, legendary, prominent, famed, esteemed, preeminent, acclaimed, notorious, mythical, noteworthy, celebrated, well-known, renowned, popular, reputed, notable, fabled, exalted, pronounced, illustrious
noble (part of speech: adjective)
- I hoped he would have wit enough to take the elevated. - "Youth and the Bright Medusa", Willa Cather.
- Hereafter he would be able to learn without difficulty the more elevated branches of these studies which would be required in college; in fact it would be only play to him. - "The Waif of the "Cynthia"", André Laurie and Jules Verne.
- But the sun was well up before a suitable kopje came in sight, one so small that it did not appear likely to contain enemies, but sufficiently elevated to give an observer a good view for miles through the clear veldt air. - "A Dash from Diamond City", George Manville Fenn.