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arise

531 synonyms found

Pronunciation:

[ɐɹˈa͡ɪz], [ɐɹˈa‍ɪz], [ɐ_ɹ_ˈaɪ_z]
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Synonyms for Arise:

appear (verb)

appear, display, emerge, materialize, show, surface.

occur (verb)

befall, develop, ensue, eventuate, follow, happen, occur, transpire.

Other synonyms and related words:

abed, abstract, accrue from, accumulate, acquire, actualize, advance, advent, airlift, annul, appear, appearance, approach, arise from, arisen, arising, arose, arouse, arrive, ascend, ascent, aspire, assemble, attire, awake, awaken, bail out, be born, be broached, be brought up, be contingent on, be created, be derived, be due to, be elevated, be engendered, be equal to, be generated, be mentioned, be nurtured, be on foot, be owing to, be past, be produced, be revealed, be standing, be up, be upright, be upstanding, bear, bechance, become, become apparent, become known, become manifest, become of, become visible, begin, bestir, betide, bloated, bloom, blossom, bob up, boil up, bone, bone up, boot out, born, break, break cover, break forth, break out, breed, bring, bring up, bristle, bubble up, bud, bud from, burn completely, burn down, burn up, burst forth, cabbage, call, cast up, catch, chance, chuck out, civilise, civilize, climb, climb up, climbing, cock up, come, come about, come forth, come forward, come from, come in, come in sight, come in vogue, come into being, come into existence, come near, come of, come off, come on, come out, come out of, come round, come to, come to be, come to hand, come to light, come to pass, come up, comeabout, commence, contagious, countermand, cram, crop, crop out, crop up, curl upwards, cut, dawn, debouch, deck out, deck up, depend on, depend upon, derive, derive from, descend, descend from, detestable, devise, discharge, discover, disembogue, draw close, draw near, draw on, dress up, drum, earnings, educate, effuse, eject, elevate, elucidate, emanate, emanate from, emerge from, emergence, emergent, end up, engender, enplane, ensue from, enter, enter the picture, erupt, escalate, evolution, evolve, exclude, exit, expel, explicate, extrude, face the day, face-lift, fade in, faire sans dire, fall, fall in, fall out, fancy up, fare fac, farm, fig out, fig up, filch, find, fix, flare, float, float up, flow, flow from, flower, fly, follow from, form, formulate, foul, generate, generate gradually, germinate, germinate from, get, get hold, get moving, get out of bed, get to be, get to one's feet, get under way, go, go forth, go into orbit, go on, go up, greet the day, grind away, grow, grow from, grow out of, grow up, gussy up, hang on, hang upon, hap, have origin, head, heave in sight, heighten, heightening, hideous, hinge on, hinge upon, hit the deck, hoist, hold, hold up, hold water, hook, horrible, horrid, importunate, inchoate, inchoate rise, income, increase, initiate, insurge, insurgency, insurrect, insurrection, intervene, irrupt, issue, issue forth, issue from, jump, jump out, jump up, keep, kick out, leap, leave the bed, leave the couch, leave the depths, levitate, lift, lift up, loathsome, look alive, look forth, look lively, loom, loom up, machinate, make audible, make grow, manifest itself, materialise, maturate, mature, meet, modernise, modernize, mount, mount the barricades, mounting, move, move towards, move up, move upward, move upwards, mug up, multiply, muster, muster up, mutineer, mutiny, nasty, nauseating, nauseous, near, nobble, noxious, nullify, offensive, open, organise, organize, originate, originate from, originate in, outbreak, outcrop, overdress, overthrow, overturn, pass, pass off, peep out, pernicious, pestiferous, pestilent, pestilential, pile, pile out, pilfer, pinch, place, place upright, plagiarise, plagiarize, pop up, pour, prepare, present itself, prink, proceed, proceed from, proceed out of, proceeds, procreate, produce, product, profit, profits, progress, protrude, prove, prove adequate to, purloin, quit, raise, rally, ramp, rear, rear its head, rear up, rebel, rebellion, recrudesce, reluct, reluctate, renegade, repeal, repellent, repugnant, repulsive, rescind, result, result from, resume, resurrect, retire, return, revenue, reverse, revoke, revolt, revolting, revolute, revolution, revolutionize, revolve, rig out, riot, rise, rise again, rise and shine, rise from, rise to, rise up, rising, rocket, roll, roll out, rotate, rouse, run, run riot, rustle, sally, sally forth, scrape, scrape up, scratch, see the light, set in, shake a leg, shoot up, show its face, show oneself, show up, sit, sit bolt upright, sit up, skyrocket, snarf, sneak, snowball, soar, spiral, spire, splay, spread out, spring, spring forth, spring from, spring up, sprout, sprout from, stand, stand-up, start, start in, stem, stem from, step lively, stick up, stir, stir one's stumps, straighten, stream, stream forth, strike, strike the eye, subvert, succeed, summon, supervene, surge, survene, swarm up, sweep up, swell, swipe, switch off, swollen, swot, swot up, take birth, take effect, take flight, take form, take illegally, take its course, take its rise, take off, take place, take rise, take shape, take wing, throw out, thrust, tog out, tog up, tower, train, trick out, trick up, turf out, turn, turn off, turn outward, turn up, turn upon, turn-out, undergo maturation, unfold, unfurl, up, upgo, upgrow, upheave, uprear, uprise, uprising, upspin, upspring, upstream, upsurge, upswarm, upthrust, uptrend, upturn, upwind, vacate, vise, wake, wake up, waken, wax, wind, work out, work up.

Rhymes for Arise:

  1. disguise, ties, bise, sighs, tries, complies, dyes, surmise, revise, decries, unties, dries, unwise, rise, comprise, buys, guys, lies, pries, emprise, incise, despise, marseilles, surprise, pint-size, denies, chastise, relies, flies, defies, demise, implies, dies, prize, spies, replies, supplies, wise, plies, vies, size, guise, fries, cries;
  2. apprise, baptize, devise, reprise, belies, applies, allies, advise;
  3. oversize, improvise;
  4. sensationalize, decriminalize;

Quotes for Arise:

  1. In this movement of colors I find the essence, which does not arise from a system, or an a priori theory. Robert Delaunay.
  2. When is a crisis reached? When questions arise that can't be answered. Ryszard Kapuscinski.
  3. The nature of an innovation is that it will arise at a fringe where it can afford to become prevalent enough to establish its usefulness without being overwhelmed by the inertia of the orthodox system. Kevin Kelly.

Idioms of Arise:

  1. arise from sth;
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