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To move upwards
“The eagle would spread its wings and rise into the ether.”
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To emerge by means of an upward movement
“At dawn, we sat by the lake and watched the sun rise above the horizon.”
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(of a structure or natural feature) To be, or to appear to be, taller than the surrounding landscape
“We drove through the valley while witnessing the snow-capped mountains rise before us.”
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To increase in quantity, size, or degree
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“Due to the recent drought, the price of berries would rise significantly.”
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To get better
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“My purchasing power would rise substantially after I found a better-paying job.”
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(of a sound) To become louder or higher in pitch
“His anger boiled, his tone would gradually rise and it looked like he would pop a vein at any moment.”
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To get to one's feet
“Please rise when your name is called.”
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To get out of bed
“The rays of sunshine filtering through my window at dawn allow me to rise naturally from my slumber.”
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To increase in value or standing
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“He had that ambition if you looked in his eyes, and he would rise from mopping floors to working the fries.”
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To be restored to life
“The Halloween costumes were so realistic that one could be forgiven for thinking that the dead did, in fact, rise on that day.”
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To become disobedient against authority
“Citizens frustrated by the increase in taxes would rise in protest against the government.”
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To improve in mood or disposition
“Little Ricky's spirits would rise when his mother promised him a cookie for his good behavior.”
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(of land or a natural feature) To incline upwards
“Our journey on foot would only get tougher as the trail continued to rise with each step.”
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(of a meeting or a session of a court) To adjourn
“The magistrate declared that court would rise late in the afternoon.”
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(rise to) To react with annoyance or anger
“He had neither the time nor the inclination to rise to the provocations from his detractors.”
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(of dough) To swell by the action of yeast
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“Leave the dough for a moment to allow it to rise.”
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To have its source
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“It was eventually discovered that the majestic Marannon would rise out of the Lake Launcocha.”
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To be or cause to be at an angle
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To undergo or cause to undergo fermentation
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To sound very loudly
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To vomit or retch
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To rise or stand erect, like bristles
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Rush, usually in liquid form
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Begin with enthusiasm
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To scatter or break up (in different directions)
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Visit as a spirit
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To jump or leap, to a great height, or with great force
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Make or cause to make a light explosive sound
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An increase in quantity, size, or degree
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“The recent rise in real estate prices is a consequence of lowered interest rates.”
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An increase in physical elevation
“We filled the blimp with helium and watched its rise into the air.”
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An increase in remuneration
“He had worked hard for the company in the last year and hoped for a substantial rise.”
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An improvement in a given criteria or characteristic
“The country's economy was thriving which resulted in a rise in employment across the board.”
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The process of coming into prominence
“His rise into office was controversial and would become a talking point for many years to come.”
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An upward slope or hill
“We ensured that we were adequately dressed and equipped to handle any rise during our hike.”
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A naturally raised area of land
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“The view from the top of the rise is spectacular.”
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An angry reaction
“What was supposed to be friendly banter instead resulted in a rise out of him.”
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A beginning, or first stage
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The gradual development of something
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The process of coming into existence or prominence
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The characteristic of being resentful
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A sudden occurrence of or increase in a phenomenon, feeling or emotion
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The highest point on a roof, represented by a horizontal line where two roof areas intersect, running the length of the area
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Extreme strength or violence in an action or a natural phenomenon
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