Arise in a Sentence

Definition of Arise

to get up from a seated or laying position

Use Arise in a sentence

Once the small children saw the sun peak through their windows, they would arise and go downstairs on Christmas day.

I would arise early on Saturday morning to the smell of my mother’s bread baking in the oven.

With ten more hours of travel, we seemed to arise slowly since we didn’t look forward to being crammed together in a car.

Every time I would arise from my antique bed, it would make a creaking and groaning sound.

As I get older, it gets more difficult to arise from the floor to a standing point without struggling.

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