arise

[ uh-rahyz ]SEE DEFINITION OF arise

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ARISE

Already the inward monitor was whispering to her, "Arise, flee for your life!"

Arise, I pray you, and let us ask a blessing on that which is provided for us.

I care not for it now; let them begone, for I will not arise.

And thou, companion and instrument of victory, Barak, arise!

It could not arise in him from the wealth of his imagination, for that was anything but lively.

If I hid them at home, they'd be found; if I dropped them in the street, some hullaballoo might arise from it.

At last he opened his eyes and looked about him but did not move to arise.

And with due care it is certain that no serious complications will arise.

It was late in the Fall of 1801, when he recovered sufficiently to arise from his bed.

There is a possibility always that complications may arise from that sort of thing.

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