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Rise

Synonyms for rise:

Sense 5

extend, lean, disperse, growth, modulate, inclination, incline, flop, pitch, grand, ruffle, wobble, dissipate.

Sense 6

gentle, scatter, bump, howl.

Sense 7

build, throw.

Sense 8

choke, moderate, grade, lash, go far, shake, bust.

Sense 9

set, pick up.

Sense 10

gray, roll.

Sense 11

settle, blow, shift.

Sense 12

easy, take.

Sense 16

thin.

appear

bob up.

ascend

move up, scale.

come to

occur to.

come up

spring up.

do well

thrive.

get-up

get up.

go far

go far.

go up

ascend.

growth

increase.

increase

snowball.

mound

hill.

prosper

prosper.

skyrocket

shoot up.

source

fountainhead.

stand-up

stand up.

take off

blast off.

turn-out

turn out.

uprise

uprise, uprising.

Other synonyms and related words:

arise, advance, go up, appreciation, roll out, swell, hill, increase, uprise, upswing, gain, spring up, progress, acclivity, inception, beginning, development, grow, come up, source, commencement, origin, hike, growth, surge, boost, come out, originate, wax, rise up.

Sense 3 (noun)

Upspring.

Sense 4 (noun)

prosper, roll out.

Sense 5 (noun)

minimum wage, earnings, wage, salary, income, living, starvation wages, performance-related pay, pay.

Sense 6 (noun)

burgeon, enlarge, amplify, extend, aggrandize, augment, expand, appear, multiply, run up, snowball, build, swell, magnify, proliferate.

Sense 7 (noun)

emanate, proceed, derive, flow.

Sense 8 (noun)

echo, reverberate, ring, fade, go off, deafen.

Sense 10 (noun)

mutiny.

Sense 11 (noun)

straighten up, sit-up.

Sense 12 (noun)

kick up, pick up.

Sense 13 (noun)

fell.

Sense 14 (noun)

set, sit.

Sense 16 (noun)

gust, blow, lash, howl, freshen.

Sense 18 (noun)

modulate, choke, quaver.

ascent (noun)

ascent, mounting, escalation, levitation, rising, uprising, elevation, ascension.

beginning (noun)

inception, initiation.

elevation (noun)

levitation.

height (noun)

height.

improvement (noun)

development.

increase (noun)

boost, upturn, aggrandizement, upsurge.

increase, improvement (noun)

hike, multiplication, growth, raise, upswing, advance, inflation, progress, addition, advancement, aggrandizement, acceleration, upgrade, surge, upturn, swell, boost, enlargement, upsurge, ascent, promotion, climb, augmentation, increment, accretion.

leap (noun)

jump.

leaving (noun)

takeoff.

movement upward; upward slope (noun)

eminence, acclivity, mount, lift, ascension, elevation, upland, rising, incline.

rise (noun)

climb, come up, rising, acclivity, arise, climb up, ascending, originate, heighten, prove, lift, wage hike, raise, advance, spring up, boost, uprise, jump, rise up, upgrade, rising slope, rear, salary increase, wage increase, develop, ascent, rebel, wax, grow, cost increase, move up, ascension, hike, mount, go up.

source (noun)

appearance.

speed (noun)

zoom.

ascend (verb)

elevate, scale, mount, levitate, float, lift, ascend, soar, climb, escalade.

become apparent (verb)

come, flow, appear, develop, originate, emanate, emerge, dawn, proceed, derive, spring, turn up, begin.

elevate (verb)

heighten, erect, rear, raise, escalate, exalt, upraise, uplift, hoist.

get up; ascend (verb)

bob up, aspire, scale, rise up, blast off, roll out, straighten up, grow, Upspring, arise, come up, soar, stand up, levitate, move up, surface, turn out.

heighten (verb)

loft.

increase, grow (verb)

build, ascend, heighten, expand, augment, go up, magnify, deepen, wax, accelerate, bulge, intensify, take off, enhance, enlarge, multiply, pick up.

intensify (verb)

strengthen.

progress in business (verb)

prosper, thrive, get on, succeed.

rebel (verb)

mutiny, revolt.

Usage examples for rise:

  • Young man, rise up and be happy. - "Bimbi", Louise de la Ramee.
  • We rise on high together. - "Cord and Creese", James de Mille.
  • Never, never will I rise! - "The Works Of John Dryden, Vol. 7 (of 18) The Duke of Guise; Albion and Albanius; Don Sebastian", John Dryden.

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