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Simple past tense for to move upwards
“The eagle would spread its wings and rise into the ether.”
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Simple past tense for 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) Simple past tense for 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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Simple past tense for to increase in quantity, size, or degree
“Due to the recent drought, the price of berries would rise significantly.”
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Simple past tense for to get better
“My purchasing power would rise substantially after I found a better-paying job.”
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(of a sound) Simple past tense for 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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Simple past tense for to get to one's feet
“Please rise when your name is called.”
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Simple past tense for 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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Simple past tense for to increase in value or standing
“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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Simple past tense for 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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Simple past tense for to become disobedient against authority
“Citizens frustrated by rising taxes would rise in protest against the government.”
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Simple past tense for 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) Simple past tense for 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) Simple past tense for to adjourn
“The magistrate declared that court would rise late in the afternoon.”
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(rise to) Simple past tense for 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) Simple past tense for to swell by the action of yeast
“Leave the dough for a moment to allow it to rise.”
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Simple past tense for to have its source
“It was eventually discovered that the majestic Marannon would rise out of the Lake Launcocha.”
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