Synonyms of 'rise'
1 get upDictionary, stand up, spring up
He rose slowly from his chair.
2 ariseDictionary, surface, get out of bed
He had risen early and gone to work.
3 go upDictionary, climb, soar
The sun had risen high in the sky.
4 loomDictionary, tower, soar
The building rose before him.
6 increaseDictionary, mount, go up
We need to increase our charges in order to meet rising costs.
The population continues to increase.
For several hours, tension mounted.
Fresh food is so scarce that prices have rocketed sharply.
a spiralling trend of violence
Unions and management fear the dispute could escalate.
Sales shot up by 9% last month.
7 growDictionary, go up, intensify
His voice rose almost to a scream.
8 rebelDictionary, resist, revolt
The people wanted to rise against the oppression.
9 advanceDictionary, progress, get on
She has risen to the top of her organization.
10 expandDictionary, swell, enlarge
I covered the dough to let it rise.
11 originateDictionary, issue, happen
The disease originated in Africa.
A tinny voice issued from a speaker.
We cannot say for sure what will happen.
A woman appeared at the far end of the street.
He was waiting outside as she emerged from the building.
The deaths occurred when troops tried to disperse the demonstrators.
The art springs from the country's Muslim heritage.
Undesirable consequences flow from these misconceptions.
The aroma of burning wood emanated from the stove.
As we get older health problems often crop up.
2 increaseDictionary, climb, upturn
the prospect of another rise in interest rates
a sharp increase in productivity
There has been a modest upturn in most parts of the industry.
They clocked up a worldwide sales advance of 27 per cent.
The system we've just introduced has been a great improvement.
an upsurge in oil prices
3 pay increaseDictionary, raise (US) , increment
He will get a rise of nearly £4,000.
4 advancementDictionary, progress, climb
They celebrated the regime's rise to power.
He cared little for social advancement.
The two sides made little progress towards agreement.
rewarding outstanding employees with promotion
Both drugs slow the progression of HIV.
celebrating his elevation to the rank of Prime Minister
idiom:give rise to something
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To advance means to make progress, especially in your knowledge of something.
The country has advanced from a rural society to an industrial power.
Thesaurus for rise from the Collins English Thesaurus
If something rises , it moves upwards.