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Sentence count:257+11 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2016-07-16Updated:2020-07-24
Synonym: bob upcome updevelopget upgo upgrowliftmove uporiginaterebelriserise upspring upstand upturn outupriseSimilar words: compriseparishgive rise toenterprisecomparisonmilitarismby comparisonin comparison withMeaning: [ə'raɪz]  v. 1. come into existence; take on form or shape 2. originate or come into being 3. rise to one's feet 4. result or issue 5. move upward 6. take part in a rebellion; renounce a former allegiance 7. get up and out of bed. 
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(1) Instability may arise at times of change.
(2) How did the quarrel arise?
(3) Plant out the spring cabbage whenever opportunities arise.
(4) Only a finite number of situations can arise.
(5) That question did not arise.
(6) These problems were almost bound to arise.
(7) Should the opportunity arise, I'd love to go to China.
(8) Noisome vapours arise from the mud left in the docks.
(9) Some learning difficulties arise from the way children are taught at school.
(10) Difficulties arise when people fail to consult their colleagues.
(11) Several interesting implications arise from these developments.
(12) Call this number if any unforeseen emergency should arise.
(13) After such destruction many problems in resettlement often arise.
(14) Problems only arise when people overstretch themselves.
(15) Accidents often arise from carelessness.
(16) The country's present difficulties arise from the reduced value of its money.
(17) The differences in size arise from the amount of sunshine each plant gets.
(18) The board acknowledges problems which arise from the newness of the approach.
(19) The problem may not arise, but there's no harm in keeping our powder dry.
(20) Problems arise when the body's immune system is not functioning adequately.
(21) An occasion may arise when you can use your knowledge of French.
(22) More and more women today have learned to arise in defence of their legal rights.
(23) Should the need arise for extra staff, we will contact you.
(24) If any complications arise, let me know and I'll help.
(25) We keep them informed of any changes as they arise.
(26) It is difficult to foresee the consequences that may arise from this action.
(27) I will offer myself to the state as emergency arise.
(28) The committee has full powers to deal with any cases of malpractice that arise.
(29) It's not beyond the bounds of possibility that a similar situation could arise again.
(30) Out of the ashes of the economic shambles, a phoenix of recovery can arise.
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