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ise, riise, ris, risee, risse, rize, rrise

Rise — synonyms, rise antonyms, definition

1. rise (Noun)

96 synonyms
acceleration acclivity addition advance advancement aircraft departure altitude amplification appearance ascending ascension ascent augmentation becoming airborne beginning betterment birth blast-off boom boost • • •
1 antonym
10 definitions

rise (Noun) — A growth in strength, number or importance.

rise (Noun) — The act of changing location in an upward direction.

rise (Noun) — An upward slope or grade (as in a road). ex. "the car couldn't make it up the rise"

rise (Noun) — A movement upward. ex. "they cheered the rise of the hot-air balloon"

rise (Noun) — The amount a salary is increased. ex. "he got a 3% rise"

rise (Noun) — The property possessed by a slope or surface that rises.

rise (Noun) — A wave that lifts the surface of the water or ground.

rise (Noun) — (theology) the origination of the Holy Spirit at Pentecost. ex. "the rise of the Holy Spirit"

rise (Noun) — An increase in cost. ex. "they asked for a 10% rise in rates"

rise (Noun) — Increase in price or value. ex. "the news caused a general rise on the stock market"

20 types of
change of location emergence grade growth inception incline increase increment motion move movement moving ridge origin origination outgrowth side slope step-up travel wave
25 types
climb climbing crime wave elevation heave heaving levitation lift liftoff mount mounting raising rapid climb rapid growth soar spike takeoff upheaval uphill uplift • • •

2. rise (Verb)

100 synonyms
adjourn advance appear arise ascend aspire augment be promoted become visible begin billow bloat boost breed bulge climb climb up close come into view come up • • •
2 antonyms
fall set
17 definitions

rise (Verb) — Move upward. ex. "The fog rose"

rise (Verb) — Increase in value or to a higher point. ex. "the value of our house rose sharply last year"

rise (Verb) — Get on one's feet from a sitting or kneeling position. ex. "The audience rose and applauded"

rise (Verb) — Become or appear high or tall. ex. "The building rose before them"

rise (Verb) — Come to the surface.

rise (Verb) — Come into existence; take on form or shape. ex. "A new religious movement rose in that country"

rise (Verb) — Move to a better position in life or to a better job. ex. "She rose from a life of poverty to one of great wealth"

rise (Verb) — Go up or advance. ex. "Sales were rising after prices were lowered"

rise (Verb) — Become more extreme. ex. "The tension rose"

rise (Verb) — Get up and out of bed. ex. "They rose early"

rise (Verb) — Increase in rank or status. ex. "Her new novel rose high on the bestseller list"

rise (Verb) — Become heartened or elated. ex. "Her spirits rose when she heard the good news"

rise (Verb) — Exert oneself to meet a challenge. ex. "rise to a challenge" ex. "rise to the occasion"

rise (Verb) — Take part in a rebellion; renounce a former allegiance.

rise (Verb) — Increase in volume. ex. "the dough rose slowly in the warm room"

rise (Verb) — (astronomy) come up, of celestial bodies. ex. "The sun also rises"

rise (Verb) — Return from the dead. ex. "The dead are to rise"

21 type of
appear ascend become change change posture dissent go go up grow increase locomote look move protest resist return seem tackle take on travel • • •
39 types
advance bubble bubble up bull chandelle climb climb up come come forth emerge follow gain go up head hulk intumesce jump loom mount mutiny • • •
39 see also
advance bubble bubble up bull chandelle climb climb up come come forth emerge follow gain go up head hulk intumesce jump loom mount mutiny predominate resurface resurge revolt rocket scend skyrocket soar soar up soar upwards steam surge swell take the floor tower uplift well well up zoom