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  • move from a lower position to a higher one; come or go up.
    E.g. the tiny aircraft rose from the ground
  • get up from lying, sitting, or kneeling.
    E.g. she pushed back her chair and rose
  • cease to be submissive, obedient, or peaceful.
    E.g. the activists urged militant factions to rise up
  • (of a river) have its source.
    E.g. the Euphrates rises in Turkey
  • (of land or a natural feature) incline upwards; become higher.
    E.g. the moorlands rise and fall in gentle folds
  • increase in number, size, amount, or degree.
    E.g. land prices had risen
  • approaching (a specified age).
    E.g. she was thirty-nine rising forty
  • an upward movement; an instance of rising.
    E.g. the bird has a display flight of steep flapping rises
  • an increase in number, size, amount, or degree.
    E.g. local people are worried by the rise in crime
  • an increase in sound or pitch.
    E.g. the rise and fall of his voice
  • a source or origin.
    E.g. it was here that the brook had its rise

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