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Meaning & Definition of Arise in English

English

Arise

/əraɪz/

verb

1. Come into existence

  • Take on form or shape
  • "A new religious movement originated in that country"
  • "A love that sprang up from friendship"
  • "The idea for the book grew out of a short story"
  • "An interesting phenomenon uprose"
    synonym:
  • originate
  • ,
  • arise
  • ,
  • rise
  • ,
  • develop
  • ,
  • uprise
  • ,
  • spring up
  • ,
  • grow

2. Originate or come into being

  • "A question arose"
    synonym:
  • arise
  • ,
  • come up
  • ,
  • bob up

3. Rise to one's feet

  • "The audience got up and applauded"
    synonym:
  • arise
  • ,
  • rise
  • ,
  • uprise
  • ,
  • get up
  • ,
  • stand up

4. Result or issue

  • "A slight unpleasantness arose from this discussion"
    synonym:
  • arise
  • ,
  • come up

5. Move upward

  • "The fog lifted"
  • "The smoke arose from the forest fire"
  • "The mist uprose from the meadows"
    synonym:
  • rise
  • ,
  • lift
  • ,
  • arise
  • ,
  • move up
  • ,
  • go up
  • ,
  • come up
  • ,
  • uprise

6. Take part in a rebellion

  • Renounce a former allegiance
    synonym:
  • rebel
  • ,
  • arise
  • ,
  • rise
  • ,
  • rise up

7. Get up and out of bed

  • "I get up at 7 a.m. every day"
  • "They rose early"
  • "He uprose at night"
    synonym:
  • get up
  • ,
  • turn out
  • ,
  • arise
  • ,
  • uprise
  • ,
  • rise

Examples of using

An experiment, I would learn much later, when studying the philosophy of science, had to arise from a real dissatisfaction with existing knowledge.