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Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary
arise (verb)
intransitive verb
1.
to get up - rise
2.
a) to originate from a source
b) to come into being or to attention
3.
- ascend spring
Merriam-Webster Online Thesaurus
arise (verb)
1.
to leave one's bed
SYNONIMS:
get up, rise, roll out, turn out, uprise
RELATED WORDS:
arouse, awake, awaken, bestir, stir, wake
NEAR ANTONYMS:
catnap, doze, drop off, lie up, nap, nod, rest, sleep, slumber, snooze; bunk, perch, roost, settle; couch, doss (down) [], flop (down), lie (down), recline
bed (down), retire, turn in
arise (verb)
2.
to come to one's attention especially gradually or unexpectedly
SYNONIMS:
come up, crop (up), emerge, materialize, spring (up), surface
RELATED WORDS:
appear, come out, show up, turn up; chance, come, come about, fall out, go (on), go off, hap, happen, occur, pass, transpire; interfere, interpose, intervene, intrude
arise (verb)
3.
to come into existence
SYNONIMS:
actualize, appear, arise, break, commence, dawn, engender, form, materialize, originate, set in, spring, start
RELATED WORDS:
be, breathe, exist, live, subsist; arrive, come on, emerge; coalesce, cohere, shape (up); continue, endure, last, persist, survive
NEAR ANTONYMS:
conclude, desist, discontinue, finish, halt, quit, terminate; disappear, dissolve, evaporate, vanish; depart, die, expire, pass away, perish
cease, end, stop
arise (verb)
4.
to move or extend upward
SYNONIMS:
arise, aspire, climb, lift, mount, rise, soar, thrust, up, uprise, upthrust, upturn
RELATED WORDS:
surge, tower; boost, elevate, raise, upheave, uplift, upraise; balloon, blast off, take off, zoom; crest, scale, surmount, top; cant, incline, lean, list, recline, slant, slope, tilt, tip
NEAR ANTONYMS:
dive, nose-dive, plummet, sink, slide
decline, descend, dip, drop, fall (off), plunge
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