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Synonyms for arise

Synonyms for arise

to adopt a standing posture

to leave one's bed

to move from a lower to a higher position

to begin to appear or develop

to come into being

Synonyms for arise

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My father thought that this action had been miraculously performed -- he believed that a benefactor had arisen from the grave to save us.
It had arisen from the fact that a certain sun had beamed upon me, and turned the sky to blue.
If you were aware," said Elizabeth, "of the very great disadvantage to us all which must arise from the public notice of Lydia's unguarded and imprudent manner-- nay, which has already arisen from it, I am sure you would judge differently in the affair.
Goodfellow), so far from pushing the suspicious circumstances to extremity, which he was sorry to say, really had arisen against Mr.
The mistake of expressing them had arisen from his allowing himself to be influenced by general principles to the disregard of the particular instance.
But after spending two months alone in the country, he was convinced that this was not one of those passions of which he had had experience in his early youth; that this feeling gave him not an instant's rest; that he could not live without deciding the question, would she or would she not be his wife, and that his despair had arisen only from his own imaginings, that he had no sort of proof that he would be rejected.
Researchers report that these insects belong to one of the few animal species known to have arisen from crossbreeding of two other species.
We report the case of a 65-year-old woman who had a large, pedunculated, cribriform adenocarcinoma that had arisen from the base of the tongue.
And the fact remains that Jude is the only one of the 12 apostles to whom devotion has arisen.
Had they been paid then, no deficiency would have arisen, so the taxpayer was entitled to a refund of the interest.
I myself had little use for this category, and some years ago tried to analyze how it had arisen and become so prevalent.
Similarly, if events arise that result in a reduction of the valuation allowance, those events will have arisen in the current period and the effect of the valuation allowance reduction should also be recognized in the current period.
However, this disappointing performance has not arisen from the employers liability business which will form the main component of the company's portfolio going forward, but from other lines, in particular provincial UK business, which has been discontinued during 2000.
The cyst had arisen from the anteriormost part of the left ventricle (figure 2).
Thus, the gene mutation must have arisen before 600,000 years ago, when Neandertals shared a common ancestor with humans, the scientists say.