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Another word for arise

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Verb
  1. To adopt a standing posture

  2. To leave one's bed

    See also:

    rise

  3. To move from a lower to a higher position

      1. To rise or fly into the air:
      2. To maintain altitude without moving the wings or using an engine; glide.
      3. To increase or improve suddenly above the normal or usual level:
      1. To assume a standing position after lying, sitting, or kneeling.
      2. To get out of bed:
      3. To move from a lower to a higher position; ascend:
      1. To climb or ascend:
      2. To place oneself upon; get up on:
      3. To climb onto (a female) for copulation. Used of male animals.
      1. To direct or carry from a lower to a higher position; raise:
      2. To transport by air:
      3. To revoke by taking back; rescind:
      1. To move upward, especially by using the hands and feet:
      2. To move in a specified direction by using the hands and feet:
      3. To engage in the activity or sport of mountain climbing.
      1. To go or move upward; rise:
      2. To slope upward:
      3. To rise from a lower level or station; advance:
    See also:

    rise

  4. To begin to appear or develop

    See also:

    start

  5. To come into being

    See also:

    start

  6. To have as a source

      1. To spring up, as from the soil.
      2. To come into being; arise.
      1. The main ascending part of a plant; a stalk or trunk.
      2. A slender stalk supporting or connecting another plant part, such as a leaf or flower.
      3. A banana stalk bearing several bunches of bananas.
      1. To move upward or forward in a single quick motion or a series of such motions; leap:
      2. To move suddenly, especially because of being resilient or moved by a spring:
      3. To start doing something suddenly:
      1. To assume a standing position after lying, sitting, or kneeling.
      2. To get out of bed:
      3. To move from a lower to a higher position; ascend:
      1. To go forward or onward, especially after an interruption; continue:
      2. To begin to carry on an action or a process:
      3. To move on in an orderly manner:
      1. To bring into being; create or start:
      2. To come into being; start:
      1. A point or matter of discussion, debate, or dispute:
      2. A matter of public concern:
      3. A misgiving, objection, or complaint:
      1. To move or run smoothly with unbroken continuity, as in the manner characteristic of a fluid.
      2. To issue in a stream; pour forth:
      3. To circulate, as the blood in the body.
      1. To come or send forth, as from a source:
      1. To obtain or receive from a source:
      2. To produce or obtain (a compound) from another substance by chemical reaction.
      3. To trace the origin or development of (a word).
      1. in the second person, with relation to the speaker
      2. in the first person, with relation to the person addressed
      3. in the third person, with relation to the person or thing approached
    See also:

    start

Another word for arise

Verb
  1. To get up

  2. To ascend

    See also:

    rise

  3. To come into being

    See also:

    begin

Synonym Study

  • Stem implies outgrowth as from a root or a main stalk modern detective fiction stems from Poe
  • Emanate implies the flowing forth from a source of something that is nonmaterial or intangible rays of light emanating from the sun
  • Issue suggests emergence through an outlet not a word issued from his lips
  • Flow suggests a streaming from a source like water ``Praise God, from whom all blessings flow""
  • Derive implies a proceeding or developing from something else that is the source this word derives from the Latin
  • Originate is used in indicating a definite source, beginning, or prime cause psychoanalysis originated with Freud
  • Spring implies sudden emergence weeds sprang up in the garden
  • rise " style="font-weight: 600; color: inherit; text-decoration-color: #3A65B5" > Arise and rise both imply a coming into being, action, notice, etc., but arise is often used to indicate a causal relationship accidents arise from carelessness and rise carries an implication of ascent empires rise and fall