flow adds to spring a suggestion of abundance or ease of inception.
words flowed easily from her pen
issue suggests emerging from confinement through an outlet.
blood issued from the cut
emanate applies to the coming of something immaterial (such as a thought) from a source.
reports emanating from the capital
proceed stresses place of origin, derivation, parentage, or logical cause.
advice that proceeds from the best of intentions
stem implies originating by dividing or branching off from something as an outgrowth or subordinate development.
industries stemming from space research
Examples of rise in a Sentence
Smoke was rising into the air.
Bubbles rose to the surface of water.
The tide rose and fell.
The land rises as you move away from the coast.
a tower rising above the little town
a politician who rose to fame very quickly
The book has risen to the top of best-seller lists.
People are angry about rising gasoline prices.
The market is continuing to rise.
The wind rose in the afternoon. Noun
We watched the rise and fall of the waves.
The book describes the empire's rise and fall.
the meteoric rise of the Internet
a politician's rise to fame See More
Recent Examples on the Web
Legislators don’t trust the DMV to ensure safety June 1, 2023
The safety issue has risen to the fore after San Francisco police officers and the city’s fire chief complained in August that driverless taxis deployed by Cruise and Waymo persisently impede emergency vehicles and first responders.—Russ Mitchell, Los Angeles Times, 12 Sep. 2023 The latest shots are becoming available as COVID hospitalizations and deaths are rising slightly, albeit not to the levels of past years.—Christina Jewett, BostonGlobe.com, 11 Sep. 2023 In 1988, after 17 years under the iron rule of General Augusto Pinochet, the country rose to shrug off the dictatorship through nonviolent mass protests and civil-society mobilization.—Ruth Ben-Ghiat, The Atlantic, 11 Sep. 2023 This means that if the dollar falls in value, the price of rare metals may rise.—Laxmi Corp, The Salt Lake Tribune, 11 Sep. 2023 The pharma giant’s stock rose 1.6% on Monday afternoon, putting Lilly on track for a new all-time high dating back to 1972.—WSJ, 11 Sep. 2023 The violence of the piece is jarring at first, but as the short composition plays out, its musical pulse rises to the fore.—Kriston Capps, Washington Post, 11 Sep. 2023 The number of people experiencing homelessness in Maricopa County has risen in recent years.—Helen Rummel, The Arizona Republic, 31 Aug. 2023 But the water rose too high, even for Mitch Mitchell’s house, which was elevated over 10 feet.—Reis Thebault, Washington Post, 31 Aug. 2023
The rise in poverty in 2022, social policy experts said, was the inevitable result of that decision.—Ben Casselman, BostonGlobe.com, 12 Sep. 2023 At the time the lawsuit was first filed, US antitrust officials did not rule out the possibility of a Google breakup, warning that Google’s behavior could threaten future innovation or the rise of a Google successor.—Brian Fung, CNN, 12 Sep. 2023 This same ideology helped give rise to the story Belgians sometimes told themselves about the nation’s exploitation of Congo: that the occupation was driven in significant part by a desire to free or protect Africans from slavery.—Christopher Hawthorne, The New Yorker, 12 Sep. 2023 September 11, 2023 When world leaders assembled for their group photo at the G20 summit in New Delhi Sunday, there was no Xi Jinping to showcase China’s rise, no Vladimir Putin to glad-hand and lobby for Russia’s perspective on its war in Ukraine.—Howard Lafranchi, The Christian Science Monitor, 11 Sep. 2023 The Justice Department has been reluctant to disclose the names of individual prosecutors on Smith’s team, citing a rise in threats against them that has prompted extensive security precautions.—Perry Stein, Anchorage Daily News, 10 Sep. 2023 The latest is this muscular-looking epic action-drama starring Joaquin Phoenix as Napoleon Bonaparte during his early rise to power, with Vanessa Kirby as his first wife, Empress Joséphine.—Los Angeles Times, San Diego Union-Tribune, 10 Sep. 2023 Owing to the rise of artificial intelligence and the recent, widespread adoption of ChatGPT, cybercriminals have also adopted new and more sophisticated linguistics methods, such as text volume, punctuation, and sentence length with no links or attachments.—Nick Kasmik, USA TODAY, 1 Sep. 2023 On Sunday, Evergrande reported a significant narrowing of its net losses for the first half of the year, thanks to a rise in revenue.—Laura He, CNN, 31 Aug. 2023 See More
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Middle English, from Old English rīsan; akin to Old High German rīsan to rise
First Known Use
before the 12th century, in the meaning defined at sense 1a