Sub`le*va"tion (?), n. [L. sublevare to lift up; sub under + levare to lift, raise: cf. L. sublevatio an allevation.]

1.

The act of raising on high; elevation.

Sir T. More.

2.

An uprising; an insurrection.

[R.]

Sir W. Temple.

 

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