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a·rise / əˈrīz/ • v. (past a·rose / əˈrōz/ ; past part. a·ris·en / əˈrizən/ ) [intr.] 1. (of a problem, opportunity, or situation) emerge; become apparent: difficulties had arisen. ∎  come into being; originate: the practice arose in the nineteenth century. ∎  (arise from/out of) occur as a result of: most conflicts arise from ignorance or uncertainty. 2. formal or poetic/lit. get or stand up.

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arise OE. ārīsan = OS. ārīsan, OHG. arrīsan, Goth. urreisan; f. A-3 + RISE.

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