• WordNet 3.6
    • v arise get up and out of bed "I get up at 7 A.M. every day","They rose early","He uprose at night"
    • v arise result or issue "A slight unpleasantness arose from this discussion"
    • v arise move upward "The fog lifted","The smoke arose from the forest fire","The mist uprose from the meadows"
    • v arise rise to one's feet "The audience got up and applauded"
    • v arise take part in a rebellion; renounce a former allegiance
    • v arise 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"
    • v arise originate or come into being "a question arose"
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Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
    • n Arise Rising.
    • Arise To come up from a lower to a higher position; to come above the horizon; to come up from one's bed or place of repose; to mount; to ascend; to rise; as, to arise from a kneeling posture; a cloud arose; the sun ariseth; he arose early in the morning.
    • Arise To proceed; to issue; to spring. "Whence haply mention may arise Of something not unseasonable to ask."
    • Arise To spring up; to come into action, being, or notice; to become operative, sensible, or visible; to begin to act a part; to present itself; as, the waves of the sea arose; a persecution arose; the wrath of the king shall arise. "There arose up a new king . . . which knew not Joseph.""The doubts that in his heart arose ."
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Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
    • arise To get up from sitting, lying, or kneeling, or from a posture or state of repose, as from sleep or the grave: as, the audience arose and remained standing.
    • arise To get up from a sitting or session, as of a court; suspend sittings for a time; adjourn: as, the court arose at 4 o'clock.
    • arise To spring up from, or as from, the ground; ascend; mount or move from a lower to a higher place: as, vapors arise from humid ground.
    • arise To come into view, as from a hiding-place; specifically, to appear, as the sun or a star, above the horizon: hence, to begin, or be ushered in, as the day.
    • arise To come into being or action; come into existence or play; start into prominence or activity; appear; come upon the scene: as, a false prophet has arisen; a great wind arose; a cry arose.
    • arise To have a beginning or origin; originate. To have or take its rise, as a river; rise, as from a source.
    • arise To come or spring up incidentally, as anything requiring attention: as, other cases can be attended to as they arise.
    • arise To rise in hostility; rebel: with against: as, the men arose against their officers.
    • arise [In senses 1–4, 6 , and 8, rise is now more common.] Synonyms Arise, Rise. The choice between these words was primarily, and still often is, a matter of rhythm. The literal meanings, however, or those which seem literal, have become more associated with rise, and the consciously figurative with arise: as, he rose from his chair; the sun rose; the provinces rose in revolt; trouble arose; “Music arose with its voluptuous swell,” Byron, Childe Harold, iii. 21.
    • n arise Rising.
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Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
    • v.i Arise a-rīz′ to rise up: to come up so as to be heard: to ascend: to come into view: to spring
    • pa.t Arise arose′; pa.p. aris′en
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  • Auson
    “Quarrels often arise in marriages when the bridal gifts are excessive.”
  • Norman Vincent Peale
    “First thing every morning before you arise say out loud, I believe, three times.”
  • A. W. Hare
    A. W. Hare
    “Half the failures in life arise from pulling in one's horse as he is leaping.”
  • Gilbert K. Chesterton
    “The perplexity of life arises from there being too many interesting things in it for us to be interested properly in any of them.”
  • Henry David Thoreau
    “There is no odor so bad as that which arises from goodness tainted.”
  • Ralph Waldo Emerson
    “There are always difficulties arising that tempt you to believe your critics are right.”


Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
AS. ārīsan,; ā,equiv. to Goth. us-, ur-, G. er-, orig. meaning out) + rīsan, to rise; cf. Goth. urreisan, to arise. See Rise


In literature:

Images of gods and other extrahuman beings arise through the natural human impulse to represent familiar objects of thought.
"Introduction to the History of Religions" by Crawford Howell Toy
Therefore, as stated before, when new sins arise, new punishments will also arise.
"Commentary on Genesis, Vol. II" by Martin Luther
Here arises a question of importance.
"Cotton is King and The Pro-Slavery Arguments" by Various
Circumstances may arise which require him to issue orders directly to any person under his command.
"Sound Military Decision" by U.s. Naval War College
The question now arises, In what proportion is this distribution to take place?
"Cavalry in Future Wars" by Frederick von Bernhardi
The cry of over-production will arise among the loin-cloth makers, but that cry will be unjustified and absurd.
"British Socialism" by J. Ellis Barker
Experience shows that occasionally the first voluptuous sensations do actually arise during the act of climbing the pole.
"The Sexual Life of the Child" by Albert Moll
The frightful scandal did not arise to crush my darling boy.
"The Cryptogram" by James De Mille
Theoretical problems inevitably arise for the solution of which it is necessary to go to psychology and sociology.
"Introduction to the Science of Sociology" by Robert E. Park
Critical situations, too, were continually arising in those disturbed days.
"Astronomy of To-day" by Cecil G. Dolmage

In poetry:

& sees us still in the room
of off-key piano & bad
"Paris Journal" by James Douglas Morrison
Let loose the tempest!
Atmospheres, break!
You prophets, arise!
Spirits, awake!
"The City" by Eberhard Arnold
Above where the wild duck
Arise up and fly,
There one can build
To the wind and the sky.
"The Furrow And The Hearth" by Padraic Colum
Far from surprising
to find them late arising!
We think the things you're saying
"Table Hymn" by Jonas Hallgrimsson
What’s withered burns up
and self-will dies.
Whom God claims as his,
in him faith will arise.
"The Will" by Eberhard Arnold
I have seen — I have seen
Beneath these dreary skies,
Beside these swamps
A greater Rome arise.
"I Have Seen" by Cicely Fox Smith

In news:

ARISE says there are still accessibility issues.
The Bulletin does not guarantee all classified print ads will appear online, due to unexpected technical difficulties that may arise.
An Ontario farmer embroiled in a legal battle with the province over producing and selling raw milk is now facing charges arising from the removal of sheep from a quarantined farm.
Question arises after 50,000-year-old burial ground is discovered in Spain.
Where two defendants have moved for summary judgment in a suit arising out of a fatal airplane crash, the motion should be allowed as to one of the defendants because of insufficient causation evidence.
Ilitch project moves forward in state House as tax questions arise .
Questions About Tubby's Kentucky Foundations Arise .
How and where volcanoes arise .
Concerns about fluoride in water arise in Columbia.
The Solution for Women When Crisis Arise .
Water advisory lifted, communication concerns arise .
Questions arise over $52,000 for recycling.
From finger-painting will arise murals in Mo'town.
US futures fall as obstacles on budget deal arise .
Concerns arise over transparency in stadium agreement.

In science:

Similarly reasoning we expect, for p > 1, the pth roots of unity to arise as eigenvalues as well; their eigenfunctions should have constant moduli and be invariant under P p .
Frobenius-Perron Resonances for Maps with a Mixed Phase Space
Unlike in the preceding proof, where we did not need to know what was the constant c in Equation (3.3), the arguments in the sequel will require some information about such constants which arise from commutations.
Random unitaries in non-commutative tori, and an asymptotic model for q-circular systems
Condition (9) is not the only way the singularity of the partition function can arise.
Matter Correlations in Branched Polymers
We are interested in very general notions of polynomial that arise in geometry, and in how the statistics of zeros depends on the geometric setting in which these polynomials live.
Universality and scaling of zeros on symplectic manifolds
Section 2 is devoted to the various examples of determinantal random point fields arising in Quantum Mechanics, Statistical Mechanics, Random Matrix Theory, Representation Theory, Probability Theory (Renewal Process, 2D Random Growth Models).
Determinantal random point fields