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Idioms for rise

    get a rise out of, Informal.
    1. to provoke, as to action or anger.
    2. to evoke the expected or desired response from.
    give rise to, to originate; produce; cause: The Industrial Revolution gave rise to accelerated urbanization.

Origin of rise

before 1000; Middle English risen (v.), Old English rīsan; cognate with Dutch rijzen, Old High German rīsan, Gothic reisan; akin to raise, rear2

usage note for rise

See raise.

OTHER WORDS FROM rise

half-rise, nounre·rise, verb, re·rose, re·ris·en, re·ris·ing.un·ris·en, adjective

WORDS THAT MAY BE CONFUSED WITH rise

raise rise (see usage note at raise)
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British Dictionary definitions for rise above (1 of 2)

rise above

verb

(intr, preposition) to overcome or be unaffected by (something mean or contemptible)

British Dictionary definitions for rise above (2 of 2)

rise
/ (raɪz) /

verb rises, rising, rose (rəʊz) or risen (ˈrɪzən) (mainly intr)

noun

Word Origin for rise

Old English rīsan; related to Old Saxon rīsan, Gothic reisan
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Idioms and Phrases with rise above

rise

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