|1.||[ verb ] move upward|
|Synonyms:||go_up move_up lift come_up arise uprise|
"The fog lifted" "The smoke arose from the forest fire" "The mist uprose from the meadows"
|Related terms:||descend travel climb soar go_up chandelle scend steam rocket uplift surface elevation|
|2.||[ verb ] increase in value or to a higher point|
"prices climbed steeply" "the value of our house rose sharply last year"
|Related terms:||grow jump advance soar bull climb|
|3.||[ verb ] rise to one's feet|
|Synonyms:||stand_up get_up arise uprise|
"The audience got up and applauded"
|Related terms:||sit_down lie_down change_posture bristle take_the_floor|
|4.||[ verb ] rise up|
"The building rose before them"
|Related terms:||look loom upgrade|
|5.||[ noun ] a growth in strength or number or importance|
|Related terms:||fall emergence wave spike crime_wave heighten|
|6.||[ verb ] come to the surface|
|Synonyms:||rise_up come_up surface|
|Related terms:||ascend well emerge bubble_up resurface surface lift surfacing|
|7.||[ verb ] be promoted, move to a better position|
|Related terms:||change queen|
|8.||[ verb ] get up and out of bed|
|Synonyms:||get_up uprise arise turn_out|
"I get up at 7 A.M. every day" "They rose early" "He uprose at night"
|Related terms:||go_to_bed go_to_bed riser|
|9.||[ verb ] come into existence; take on form or shape|
|Synonyms:||arise develop originate spring_up grow uprise|
"A new religious movement originated in that country" "a love that sprang up from friendship," "the idea for the book grew out of a short story" "An interesting phenomenon uprose"
|Related terms:||become come well_up come_forth resurge head develop initiation emergence|
|10.||[ verb ] become more extreme|
"The tension heightened"
|11.||[ verb ] go up or advance|
|Synonyms:||mount climb wax|
"Sales were climbing after prices were lowered"
|Related terms:||wane increase jump advance upgrade climb waxing|
|12.||[ noun ] the act of changing location in an upward direction|
|Synonyms:||ascension ascending ascent|
|Related terms:||motion climb soar levitation heave arise ascend|
|13.||[ verb ] rise in rank or status|
"Her new novel jumped high on the bestseller list"
|Related terms:||change leap|
|14.||[ verb ] become heartened or elated|
"Her spirits rose when she heard the good news"
|15.||[ verb ] exert oneself to meet a challenge|
"rise to a challenge" "rise to the occasion"
|16.||[ verb ] come up, of celestial bodies|
|Synonyms:||ascend uprise come_up|
"The sun also rises": "The sun uprising sees the dusk night fled..." "Jupiter ascends"
|Related terms:||set astronomy|
|17.||[ noun ] (geography) an upward slope or grade (as in a road)|
|Synonyms:||acclivity raise climb upgrade ascent|
"the car couldn't make the grade"
|Related terms:||descent slope uphill climb ascend|
|18.||[ noun ] a movement upward|
|Synonyms:||ascent ascension rising|
"they cheered the rise of the hot-air balloon"
|Related terms:||fall change_of_location uplifting elevation heave upheaval liftoff climb takeoff rapid_climb ascend|
|19.||[ verb ] (food) increase in volume|
"the dough rose slowly in the warm room"
|20.||[ verb ] get up from a sitting or lying position|
"The audience rose when then conductor entered the orchestra pit" "Rise from your chair"
|Related terms:||sink change_posture rear draw_up scend surface|
|21.||[ noun ] the amount a salary is increased|
|Synonyms:||raise wage_hike salary_increase wage_increase hike|
"he got a 3% raise" "he got a wage hike"
|Related terms:||increase hike|
|22.||[ verb ] take part in a rebellion; renounce a former allegiance|
|Synonyms:||rebel rise_up arise|
|Related terms:||protest revolt mutiny rebellion|
|23.||[ verb ] grow in volume, as under the influence of heat or fermentation; of substances|
|Related terms:||expand grow|
|24.||[ noun ] the property possessed by a slope or surface that rises|
|Related terms:||grade wax|
|25.||[ noun ] an increase in cost|
|Synonyms:||boost cost_increase hike|
"they asked for a 10% rise in rates"
|Related terms:||increase hike|
|26.||[ noun ] (theology) the origination of the Holy Spirit at Pentecost|
"the emanation of the Holy Spirit" "the rising of the Holy Ghost" "the doctrine of the procession of the Holy Spirit from the Father and the Son"
|Related terms:||origin theology|
|27.||[ verb ] return from the dead|
"Christ is risen!" "The dead are to uprise"
|Related terms:||return resurrect|
|28.||[ noun ] a wave that lifts the surface of the water or ground|
|Related terms:||wave surface|
|29.||[ noun ] increase in price or value|
: "the news caused a general advance on the stock market"