uprise (Meaning)

Wordnet

uprise (v)

come into existence; take on form or shape

ascend as a sound

rise up as in fear

rise to one's feet

come up, of celestial bodies

move upward

return from the dead

get up and out of bed

Webster

uprise (v. i.)

To rise; to get up; to appear from below the horizon.

To have an upward direction or inclination.

Webster

uprise (n.)

The act of rising; appearance above the horizon; rising.

uprise Sentence Examples

  1. The community members staged an uprise against the tyrannical ruler.
  2. The uprising erupted after years of oppression and injustice.
  3. The people's spirits soared as they joined the uprise for freedom.
  4. The government brutally suppressed the uprise, resulting in widespread violence.
  5. The uprising had far-reaching consequences, shaping the political landscape of the region.
  6. The rebels' uprise was motivated by a deep-seated desire for self-determination.
  7. The uprising's leaders were hailed as heroes for their courage and sacrifice.
  8. The uprise left an enduring legacy of resistance and defiance.
  9. The uprising sparked a chain reaction of similar uprisings throughout the country.
  10. The government's inept handling of the uprising led to its downfall.

FAQs About the word uprise

come into existence; take on form or shape, ascend as a sound, rise up as in fear, rise to one's feet, come up, of celestial bodies, move upward, return from th

hill, inclination, incline, ascent, climb,rise, uphill, acclivity, upgrade, lean

decline, hanging, fall, decline, downhill, downhill, fall, descent, declension, hanging

The community members staged an uprise against the tyrannical ruler.

The uprising erupted after years of oppression and injustice.

The people's spirits soared as they joined the uprise for freedom.

The government brutally suppressed the uprise, resulting in widespread violence.