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Synonyms for rise

get up

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arise

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loom

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get steeper

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grow

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rebel

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advance

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upward slope

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pay increase

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give rise to something

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to adopt a standing posture

to leave one's bed

to move from a lower to a higher position

to attain a higher status, rank, or condition

to gain success

to refuse allegiance to and oppose by force a government or ruling authority

the act of rising or moving upward

an upward slope

a natural land elevation

the amount by which something is increased

a progression upward in rank

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a growth in strength or number or importance

the act of changing location in an upward direction

an upward slope or grade (as in a road)

the amount a salary is increased

the property possessed by a slope or surface that rises

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a wave that lifts the surface of the water or ground

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(theology) the origination of the Holy Spirit at Pentecost

an increase in cost

increase in price or value

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increase in value or to a higher point

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rise to one's feet

move to a better position in life or to a better job

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go up or advance

become more extreme

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get up and out of bed

rise in rank or status

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exert oneself to meet a challenge

take part in a rebellion

increase in volume

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return from the dead

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Empirical research shows that the so-called Phillips Curve phenomenon applies to Japan--as the jobless rate falls, core CPI inflation rises.
Federal budget surpluses have bolstered national saving, providing additional resources for investment and, hence, contributing to the rise in the capital stock and our standards of living.
Citing one example of the "horrendous" uncertainties plaguing researchers in this field, Meier points out that when scientists add up all known contributions to the current sea-level rise, they cannot match the observed rate of about 1.
As the boomers age, the personal savings rate should rise in the 1990s.
Though sea levels on the average will rise due to global warming, other, unrelated processes will also affect these levels and may even offset the rise in certain areas.
Outlays for producers' durable equipment rose at an annual rate of about 14 percent in real terms in the first quarter, after a 7 1/2 percent rise over the course of 1995.
Support for the rise in expenditures came from declines in interest rates and moderate increases in real incomes.
While the median debt rose for all income groups, the rise was most marked for those with incomes of 20,000-$29,000, a group for which debt increased nearly 50 percent.
There was a brief pause in the dollar's rise after the Group of Seven finance ministers and central bank governors stated in April that a further rise in the dollar that undermined the adjustment process would be counterproductive.
This resurgence of OECD investment was demonstrated by the significant rise in North American transaction value (particularly among mid-sized E&Ps), which underpinned a 50% rise in global M&A activity - the first such rise since 1998.
Long-term interest rates, by contrast, have changed little, on net, over that same period; although these rates turned up in the spring of 1988, they leveled off over the summer and edged down in the fall, even as short-term rates were continuing to rise.
It's gratifying to see production rise, particularly our oil production, as we accelerate our drilling program following the delays we encountered during the first half of this year," said President and CEO James E.
The strongest rise in the region was in Maine, where resales rose 14.