Definition of 'give rise to'
Example sentences containing 'give rise to'
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The trouble was that the case would undoubtedly give rise to yet more publicity for the Mournes. DOUBLE DECEITWhat did give rise to concern was the complete failure of the upper deck lights. SAN ANDREASEvelyn knew very little about the treacherous disease which can give rise to such hopes only to dash them down in a day. CHALLENGE FOR THE CHALET SCHOOL
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