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Definition of arise:

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

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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" , Virginia Woolf.
  2. Arise, ye wretched of the earth! "They Call Me Carpenter" , 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. - Christopher Bond
  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. - Jami Gertz
  3. History has repeatedly shown that when a new method or material becomes available, new uses for it arise. - Wilson Greatbatch
  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. - Karl Liebknecht
  5. First thing every morning before you arise say out loud, "I believe," three times. - Ovid

Rhymes for arise:

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

Idioms for arise:

  1. arise from sth
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