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Synonyms for elevation

Synonyms for elevation

the distance of something from a given level

the act of raising to a high position or status or the condition of being so raised

a progression upward in rank

Synonyms for elevation

the event of something being raised upward

the highest level or degree attainable

angular distance above the horizon (especially of a celestial object)

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distance of something above a reference point (such as sea level)

(ballet) the height of a dancer's leap or jump

drawing of an exterior of a structure

the act of increasing the wealth or prestige or power or scope of something

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The resort has a base elevation of 8,500 feet and a peak 1,000 feet higher.
Its base elevation of a mile above sea level and its arid, sunny climate ensure optimal conditions for avid shutterbugs, who rejoiced last winter with the opening of the View Hotel (MonumentValleyView.
Once flood maps are developed for a community and the base flood level is determined, all new structures within NFIP communities have to be constructed at base elevation or higher, which is higher than the 1% annual chance of flooding, Maurstad said.
Rose: With the highest base elevation in the Tahoe area, Mt.
Westin Alyeska Prince Hotel and Resort in Girdwood, 45 minutes south of Anchorage, is said to have the lowest base elevation of any ski resort in the world (275 feet above sea level), but it has 2,500-foot vertical drop and 600 to 700 inches of snow a year
Following a nationwide search, Harriman selected Ketchum, Idaho, over locations in California, Utah and Colorado because of its accessible base elevation under 6,000 feet, exceptional natural terrain and snow conditions, year-round recreational activities, natural beauty and endless sun.
Ski terrain: Summit elevation, 6,683 feet; base elevation, 5,120 feet.