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Correct spelling: arise

Definition of arise:

  1. To rise up; to spring up; to appear.

Common misspellings for arise:

aris, asrise, arrise, arisses, araised, arrised, areise.


Google Ngram Viewer results for arise:

This graph shows how "arise" have occurred between 1800 and 2008 in a corpus of English books.

Examples of usage for arise:

  1. Speaking to you perfectly frankly, I believe at this moment that I do love your cousin; there is a chance that, with your help, I might- but no," he broke off, " it's impossible, it's wrong- I'm infinitely to blame for having allowed this situation to arise – Night and Day by Virginia Woolf
  2. Arise ye wretched of the earth! – They Call Me Carpenter by Upton Sinclair

Quotes for arise:

  1. History's lesson is to make the most of reform opportunities when they arise because they do not arise often and they do not last long.
  2. Being a Hot Mom means being respected as a mom and a woman. And, the key to being a Hot Mom is having a sense of humor about yourself and all the crazy situations that arise.
  3. History has repeatedly shown that when a new method or material becomes available, new uses for it arise.
  4. Consider well this fact: As long as the German people does not arise and use force directed by its own will, the assassination of the people will continue.
  5. First thing every morning before you arise say out loud, "I believe," three times.

Rhymes for arise:

  1. bise, chastise, comprise, demise, despise, disguise, eyes, flies, fries, guise, incise, marseilles, pint-size, prize, revise, rise, size, supplies, surmise, surprise, unwise, wise, ais, dies, emprise, grise, julies, ries, replies, ties, skies, y's, cries, spies, thais, denies, lise, mies, dyes, decries, complies, buys, tries, defies, guys, sighs, implies, vies, relies, dries, plies, pries, unties, lies, ise, eis, dise, wies, wyse, ayes, nies, bies, crise, geis, hise, kise, pies, thighs, upsize, highs, goodbyes, shies;
  2. advise, allies, apprise, baptize, devise, reprise, applies, belies;
  3. improvise, oversize, underlies;
  4. decriminalize, sensationalize;