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- verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of
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From underfoot, like a sea terror-swollen the unsubjugated earth uprises and in the expanses lie dark voices like the evil, alien thing that waits.
Krzystof Kamil Baczynski greenintegerblog 2008
Then, from bench below him, uprises a bent, slight figure, looking less like a man of war than most things.
And beyond, the wondrous dome uprises like a golden cloud.
Already they see the sky a mass of dust, the cavalry approaching, and shafts falling thickly amid the camp; the dismal cry uprises of warriors fighting and falling under the War-god's heavy hand.
The Aeneid of Virgil 70 BC-19 BC Virgil
First it seems to be drawn in coils on the ground like a cable, then uprises as if it were a little mast, then that sinks, and the coils move along again.
Journeys Through Bookland, Vol. 3 Charles Herbert Sylvester
So when a sorcerer casts spiced herbs upon the flame, and scented vapour uprises, and in the vapour images appear.
If Winter Comes 1925
As I bid my mind go back over the path which my feet have trod, no ghost uprises to confront it; no voice cries out for retribution or justice; not even does a dumb animal whine at a blow inflicted, nor a worm which my foot has wantonly pressed, appear.
The Love Story of Abner Stone Edwin Carlile Litsey 1922
It is the light which uprises, a spiritual fire, from the tomb of the Prophet (Salla-'llahu 'aleyhi wasellem!).
The Quest of the Sacred Slipper Sax Rohmer 1921
And suddenly they cease, and the vast grassy dome uprises against the sky, in which the moon is paling into a dull similitude of itself; no longer wondrous, transcendent, but like some lily of opaque whiteness, fair and fading.
The Riddle Of The Rocks 1895 Mary Noailles Murfree 1886
Springing from the deepest and best that is implanted in man, it fertilizes the soil from which it uprises.
For Every Music Lover A Series of Practical Essays on Music Aubertine Woodward Moore 1885