verb as in come into being; proceed
It is also mandating new pilot training for the Max focusing on issues that arose in the accidents.
A Justice Department official said that lawyers from the Criminal Division presented the case to Rosen’s office in late 2019 and that “substantial questions arose about the strength of the case.”
To get there, you have to understand how strong magnetic fields arise.
This trip, though, was just about being alive and alert to every interaction, feeling whatever feelings he had, sensing whatever sensations arose.
Factor in problems arising from flight path interference, and investors may feel they’re looking at another Ford Edsel.
But then the summit gives way to the other side of the hill, and a childlike glee arises from the whooooosh of the descent.
So, the question arises whether Washington privately promised something.
For every "potential Ebola victim" that arises in the U.S., the CDC is forced to mobilize to the location.
As the opening rampage stretches into hours, a question arises: Where is help?
But the problem arises when we see the police kill a person in circumstances that shock our conscience.
Obviously a tremendous question arises here as to how a story should be found in Genesis xiv.
Many a question though arises, what action amounts to a waiver of notice.
What action will have this effect is a fact to be proved whenever the controversy arises.
When a lease is about to expire a difficult question sometimes arises, what can the tenant take away with him?
But a difficult question arises sometimes, what additions or improvements are included?
On this page you'll find 55 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to arises, such as: emerge, begin, derive, appear, happen, and originate.
From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.