Pronunciation of Rise
/ɹ_ˈaɪ_z/, /ɹˈa͡ɪz/, /ɹˈaɪz/
Antonyms for rise:
deflate, dingle, valley, ouster, lull, go down, flat, descend, floodplain, fall, cooperate, lessening, end, obey, fen, worsening, finish, suspension, destroy, sleep, hollow, comply, cave in, reduction, retreat, depletion, languish, leave, compress, lower, decelerate, lowering, abasement, demotion, go along, shrink, dismissal, dethronement, lowland, diminish, fail, bottomland, plain, removal, vale, tidewater, soothe, calm, give in, decrease, basin, expulsion, demolish, lose, shrinkage, decline, contract, glen, deposition, subtraction, downhill, impeachment, hindrance, weaken, dell, overthrow, recede, down, bottom, stop, slump, sinking, plop, depress, worsen, soften, plummeting, discharge, cause, regress, deduction, reduce, divide, lessen, drop, dale, stagnation, hanging, unseating, declination, failure, raze, sink.
Usage examples for rise:
- The chairman was seen to rise from a flight of steps at the side of the platform. - "The Turnstile", A. E. W. (Alfred Edward Woodley) Mason.
- " I will go meet Mrs. Ocumpaugh now," I repeated, and tried to rise. - "The Millionaire Baby", Anna Katharine Green.
- " Rise, my dear lady," he said, as he rose himself, " and I will show you." - "The Marquis of Lossie", George MacDonald.
Quotes for rise:
Rhymes for rise:
- cries, ries, despise, wyse, incise, crise, marseilles, emprise, relies, complies, ais, dyes, demise, grise, eyes, plies, wies, ties, y's, bies, revise, thighs, ayes, julies, decries, lies, surprise, fries, flies, highs, hise, geis, guys, sighs, bise, upsize, buys, pries, defies, mies, tries, spies, nies, disguise, comprise, vies, size, denies, unwise, chastise, unties, wise, pint-size, skies, shies, lise, prize, replies, pies, kise, goodbyes, thais, guise, ise, dies, dise, implies, dries, eis, supplies, surmise;
- allies, arise, reprise, baptize, apprise, applies, advise, belies, devise;
- improvise, underlies, oversize;
- decriminalize, sensationalize;