1. get up, arise, levitate, ascend, uprise; get on one's feet, leap up, jump up, spring up, bolt up; clamber up, climb up, scale, go up, Inf. shin up, Inf. shinny up, Inf. shimmy up; scramble up, scrabble up, work one's way up, escalade, surmount; upgo, upsurge, upswarm, upheave, upswing.
2. awaken, get up, waken, wake up, get out of bed, Inf. rise and shine; greet the day, Inf. roll out, Inf. turn out, Sl. hit the deck; Sl. up and at 'em.
3. ascend, move upward, mount, climb; soar, zoom, take off, leave the ground; rocket, skyrocket, jet; kite, float, glide, plane, hang, hover; tower, spire, spiral, rear, stand.
4. slant upward, tilt upward, slope, grade, tip; uprise, go uphill, climb; advance, elevate, heighten, step up, go upstairs; boost, lift, raise, erect.
5. escalate, step up, go up, pick up; skyrocket, Inf. sky, loft, go out of sight.
6. spring up, grow, shoot up, sprout; blossom, bud, flower, bloom, burgeon.
7. increase, enlarge, spread, widen, broaden; bloat, swell, wax, balloon, grow, distend; multiply, proliferate, pullulate, boom, breed; intensify, magnify, aggrandize; strengthen, gain strength, steepen; snowball, crescendo, mushroom; accrue, accumulate, add.
8. progress, improve, better; get ahead, make headway, forward; succeed, turn out well, batten, boom; thrive, prosper, bloom, flower; make good, Inf. make it, go far, work one's way up, make one's way, Inf. get ahead, climb the ladder of success, come out on top; cut a swath, make a breakthrough, set the world on fire, arrive, make the scene.
9. stiffen, horripilate, bristle, stand on end; prickle, stick up, cock up, start up.
10. revolt, rebel, insurrectionize, upheave, overthrow, mutiny, subvert; resist, take up arms, defy, break forth; wage war, strike, take the law into one's hands, mount the barricades; disobey, fly in the face of, refuse, kick over the traces.
11. protrude, project, protuberate, stick out; swell, bulge, blister, nodulate; jut, beetle, hang out, hang over, overhang; impend, extend.
12. occur, happen, take place, come up; come, go, pass, come off, come about, come to pass; crop up, eventuate, ensue, take effect; befall, betide, Archaic. bechance.
13. originate, begin, commence, start, be born; issue, proceed, arise, spring from, head; emanate, flow from, come from, exsurge, take rise; break out, erupt, spring up; dawn, usher in, set in, open, initiate, inaugurate; grow out of, come forth, ensue from, stem from, sprout from, come out of, follow from.
14. appear, materialize, come into view, show up, make an appearance, turn up; emerge, arise, manifest, reveal oneself, expose oneself; enter, peep out, come to light, appear on the scene, appear on the horizon, show one's face; loom, break in, Motion Pictures. fade in, pop up, flare up, flash.
15. return from the dead, return to life, resurrect, re-surge; be bom again, live again, revive, come alive, reanimate, revivify, reincarnate, come back.
16. ascension, ascent, rising, uprising, upgo-ing; climb, climbing, mount, mounting, escalade, clamber; takeoff, rocketing, soaring, leaving the ground, zooming, gaining ground or altitude; levita-tion, hanging, hovering.
17. elevation, increase, steepening; gain, expansion, extension, dilation, enlargement, spread; addition, augmentation, aggrandizement; advance, advancement, progression, progress; headway, march, growth, development; increment, accretion, accrual, accumulation; multiplication, proliferation, breeding, pullula-tion, propagation; intensification, magnification, enhancement; escalation, inflation, uptrend, upping, upturn, upbend; upsweep, upswing, upcurve, upsurge, upgrowth.
18. slope, acclivity, climb, incline, upslope; upgrade, uphill, uplift, upclimb, uprise; ramp, gradient, bank; high ground, upland, highland, knoll, hillock, hill; eminence, prominence, elevation.
19. origin, source, spring, fountain, fount, fountain-head, head, start; beginning, commencement, outset, inception, incipience, opening, dawn; birth, nativity, genesis; onset, outbreak, exordium; debut, coming out, inauguration; prelude, introduction, overture.
20. appearance, materialization, emergence, coming, apparition, arising; incarnation, revelation, presentation, realization, manifestation; avatar, theophany, forthcoming, epiphany; showing, disclosure, uncovering, unfolding, opening, exposure.
21. give rise to produce, cause, effect, bring out; bring into being, institute, set afloat; bear, yield, spawn, turn out.

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