Etymology
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uprise (v.)

c. 1300, "stand up; get out of bed; ascend to a higher level," from up (adv.) + rise (v.). Similar formation in West Frisian oprize, Middle Dutch oprisen, Dutch oprijzen.

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Definitions of uprise

uprise (v.)
come into existence; take on form or shape;
An interesting phenomenon uprose
Synonyms: originate / arise / rise / develop / spring up / grow
uprise (v.)
ascend as a sound;
The choirs singing uprose and filled the church
uprise (v.)
rise up as in fear;
It was a sight to make one's hair uprise!
Synonyms: bristle / stand up
uprise (v.)
rise to one's feet;
Synonyms: arise / rise / get up / stand up
uprise (v.)
come up, of celestial bodies;
Synonyms: rise / come up / ascend
uprise (v.)
move upward;
The mist uprose from the meadows
Synonyms: rise / lift / arise / move up / go up / come up
uprise (v.)
return from the dead;
The dead are to uprise
Synonyms: resurrect / rise
uprise (v.)
get up and out of bed;
He uprose at night
Synonyms: get up / turn out / arise / rise
From wordnet.princeton.edu