verb (used without object), up·rose, up·ris·en, up·ris·ing.
Origin of uprise
Examples from the Web for uprise
The Reverend Grasty stood waiting for the first words of the hymn to uprise from below him in a mighty swing.Those Times And These|Irvin S. Cobb
By degrees, the froth and the rainbow disappeared, and the bottom of the gulf seemed slowly to uprise.The Works of Edgar Allan Poe|Edgar Allan Poe
The first was the downfall of young Harry Greenacre, and the other the uprise of Mrs. Lookaloft and her family.Barchester Towers|Anthony Trollope
Benjamin of Tiberias, leader of a Jewish uprise in Palestine, 19, 22.History of the Jews, Vol. III (of 6)|Heinrich Graetz
Nor was the uprise of Protestantism in Scotland the only result of her policy in giving fire and strength to the new religion.History of the English People|John Richard Green