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UK:*UK and possibly other pronunciationsUK and possibly other pronunciations/ˈraɪz/US:USA pronunciation: IPA and respellingUSA pronuncation: IPA/raɪz/ ,USA pronunciation: respelling(rīz)

Inflections of 'rise' (v): (⇒ conjugate)
rises
v 3rd person singular
rising
v pres pverb, present participle: -ing verb used descriptively or to form progressive verb--for example, "a singing bird," "It is singing."
rose
v pastverb, past simple: Past tense--for example, "He saw the man." "She laughed."
risen
v past pverb, past participle: Verb form used descriptively or to form verbs--for example, "the locked door," "The door has been locked."

rise
WordReference English Thesaurus © 2020
Sense: Noun: ascent
Synonyms:
ascent, ascension, climb , surge , upward motion, upward sweep, uphill struggle, mounting , soaring , shooting up
Antonyms:
sinking , falling back, falling off, recession , dip , descent , setting , sunset , abatement, dwindling, dying down, easing off, ebb , waning, slackening, lessening, shortening
Sense: Noun: increase
Synonyms:
increase , jump , growth , gain , hike , leap , surge , augmentation, enlargement, multiplication, addition , advance , upsurge, upswing, upturn, uptick, raise , inflation, ballooning
Antonyms:
decrease , fall , drop , slide , cutback, decline , tumble , nosedive, reduction , loss , slump , downturn
Sense: Noun: rising ground
Synonyms:
climb , mound , slope , incline, hillock, hill , knoll, mountain , mount (archaic)
Sense: Noun: emergence
Synonyms:
emergence, beginning , appearance , start , commencement, origin , entrance , outset , source , incipience, signs
Antonyms:
end , ending , conclusion , finale, termination , climax , demise , curtains (slang)
Sense: Verb: ascend
Synonyms:
rise up, ascend, climb , go up, mount , scale , soar , surge , fly high, go higher, get higher, sweep upward, sweep upwards (UK), move up, move upward, move upwards (UK), lift
Antonyms:
sink , plummet , fall , drop , go down, slide down, land , descend, plunge , come down, come crashing down
Sense: Verb: increase
Synonyms:
increase , grow , go up, rocket , swell , shoot up, intensify, heighten, inflate, escalate , spiral, gain , get higher, get louder, grow louder, jump , leap , surge , skyrocket (informal)
Antonyms:
decrease , shrink , fall back, diminish , lower , tumble , nosedive, slump , cut back, die down, dwindle , lighten, lessen
Sense: Verb: get up after lying, sitting, etc.
Synonyms:
get up, stand up, spring up, get out of bed, get to your feet, jump up, leap up, pull yourself up
Antonyms:
sleep , go to bed, get into bed, lie down, have a nap, fall asleep, drop off
Sense: Verb: get out of bed
Synonyms:
arise , awake , wake , waken, wake up, get out of bed, rouse yourself, surface , be up and about
Sense: Verb: begin
Synonyms:
arise , spring , emerge , appear , begin , start , emanate, come up
Antonyms:
end , terminate , flow into, ebb , recede, retract, peter out, flow back
Sense: Verb: advance your status or position
Synonyms:
advance , climb the ladder, rise through the ranks, move up through the ranks, move up, be promoted, get a promotion, be successful, flourish , prosper, thrive , grow , go places (slang)
Antonyms:
worsen , deteriorate, get worse, fail , struggle , get sacked, lose your job, go through hard times, not make ends meet, go backwards
Sense: Verb: be built
Synonyms:
go up, be erected, be put up, be built, be constructed, stand
Antonyms:
be torn apart, be demolished, be bulldozed, come down, crumble , fall apart, collapse , fall to pieces, give way
Sense: Verb: swell - dough, batter, etc.
Synonyms:
swell , puff up, rise up, inflate, expand , fluff up, plump up, plump , balloon , grow , puff , go puffy, turn puffy
Antonyms:
deflate, compress, cave in
Sense: Verb: rebel
Synonyms:
rise up, rebel , revolt, turn , take up arms, stage a rebellion, stage an uprising, stage a mutiny, mutiny

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