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raise your glass

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishraise your glassraise your glassspokenDFD to celebrate someone’s happiness or success by holding up your glass and drinking from it Ladies and gentlemen, will you raise your glasses to the bride and groom. raise
Examples from the Corpus
raise your glassGore appeared stone-faced and unwilling to toast as Li raised his glass.We stared at each other for a moment and then she raised her glass.When the drinks came, Tony stood and raised his glass.A flushed and jolly character raises his glass among friends and family - how real, how reliable is that evidence?It took the urgings of the mob of photographers to get him to raise his glass of fizz higher than his chest.He raised his glass, toasting his host and hostess silently, his smile serene, sincere.He raised his glass towards the old woman and drank the bitter white wine.
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