Synonyms of rise in English:

rise


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verb

1‘the sun rose across the bay’

SYNONYMS
move up, move upwards, come up, go up, make its way up, make one's way up, arise, ascend, climb, climb up, mount, soar
ANTONYMS

fall, descend, set

2‘the mountains rising above us’

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loom, tower, soar, rise up, rear, rear up, stand high, reach high

3‘prices rose by over 3%’

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go up, get higher, increase, grow, advance, soar, shoot up, surge, surge up, leap, jump, rocket, escalate, spiral
ANTONYMS

drop

4‘living standards have risen substantially’

SYNONYMS
improve, get better, advance, go up, get higher, soar, shoot up
ANTONYMS

worsen

5‘his voice rose in anger’

SYNONYMS
get higher, grow, increase, become louder, swell, intensify
ANTONYMS

drop

6‘he rose from his chair’

SYNONYMS
stand up, get to one's feet, rise to one's feet, get up, jump up, leap up, spring up
become erect, straighten up
literary arise
ANTONYMS

sit

7‘he rises every day at dawn’

SYNONYMS
get up, get out of bed, rouse oneself, stir, bestir oneself, be up and about
informal rise and shine, shake a leg, surface
literary arise
ANTONYMS

go to bed, retire

8‘the court rose at midday’

SYNONYMS
adjourn, recess, be suspended, suspend proceedings, pause, break off, take a break
informal knock off, take five
ANTONYMS

continue, resume

9‘he rose through the ranks to become managing director’

SYNONYMS
make progress, make headway, make strides, forge ahead, come on, climb, advance, get on, make one's way, work one's way, be promoted

10‘he refused to rise to the bait’

SYNONYMS
react to, respond to, take

11‘I have seen the dead rise, lepers healed, water flow like wine’

SYNONYMS
come back to life, be raised from the dead, come back from the dead, be resurrected, be restored to life, revive, be revived
ANTONYMS

die

12‘the dough was starting to rise’

SYNONYMS
swell, expand, enlarge, puff up
ferment

13‘the nation would eventually rise against its oppressors’

SYNONYMS
rebel, revolt, mutiny, riot, rise up, rise up in arms, take up arms, mount a rebellion, stage a rebellion, take to the streets
ANTONYMS

kowtow

14‘the River Rhine rises in the Swiss Alps’

SYNONYMS
originate, begin, start, emerge, appear
issue from, spring from, flow from, emanate from
formal commence
ANTONYMS

disgorge

15‘the sickness lightened a little and her spirits rose’

SYNONYMS
lift, improve, cheer up, grow buoyant, become hopeful, become optimistic, brighten, take a turn for the better
informal buck up

16‘the ground rose gently away from the river’

SYNONYMS
slope upwards, slant upwards, go uphill, incline, climb, get higher
ANTONYMS

shelve, drop away


noun

1‘a price rise’

SYNONYMS
increase, hike, advance, growth, leap, upsurge, upswing, ascent, climb, jump, escalation, spiralling

2‘the managing director got a rise of 11.3%’

SYNONYMS
pay increase, salary increase, wage increase, hike, increment
North American raise

3‘a rise in standards’

SYNONYMS
improvement, amelioration, advance, upturn, leap, jump

4‘her rise to power’

SYNONYMS
progress, climb, progression, advancement, promotion, elevation, aggrandizement

5‘we began to walk up the rise’

SYNONYMS
slope, upward slope, incline, elevation, acclivity, rising ground, eminence, hillock, hill