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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ARISING

The same compassionate sympathy was arising from all the beds in the ward.

He had a watery feeling, as if just arising from a long illness.

Great chances of fortune were arising, but he had no capital.

Dimness of sight, arising from weakness or inflammation, is best relieved by frequent washing of the eyes with cold water.

Arising from her seat with difficulty, she walked tremblingly to the door.

The discussion was as profitless as that arising from the blacklist.

At last he looked at his watch, and then arising, he rang the bell.

Stipe long, erect, reddish-brown, arising from a thin hypothallus.

Stipe short, weak, and slender, arising from a thin hypothallus.

But somnambulism, while arising in sleep, is not at all a feature of sleep.

WORD ORIGIN

verbal noun from arise (v.). Replaced in most senses by rising.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR ARISING

emanation

nounemergence, discharge
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.