|act of levitating, act of rising and floating; act of causing someone or something to rise in air (Spiritualism), suspension of something in the air||levitation|
|act of lifting or raising; rhythmic rising and falling; toss, throw; attempt to vomit, act of vomiting, appear, direct by tossing something, displace horizontally, effortful burst, exert physical effort in rhythmic burst, horizontal displacement, labor...||heave|
|act of rising again; revival, renaissance, rejuvenation||resurgence|
|ambitious, having high goals; rising high, soaring||aspiring|
|arrange something in rising rows, layer, level in hierarchy, one of a series of rows, rank, row of seats in rising series||tier|
|ascending, going up, awakening, appearing, rising, getting up; waking||arising|
|ascending, rising, climbing, mounting||ascendent|
|ascending, rising, climbing, mounting, control, rule, power; ancestor; sign of the zodiac rising above the horizon at the time of birth, growing upward||ascendant|
|beating; surmounting, rising above; defeating||overcoming|
|cleft in rock face, glass tube protecting lantern flame, part of structure rising above roof, pipe that funnels smoke (away from a fireplace, furnace, etc.); narrow passage, smokestack, smoke-venting passage inside chimney, structure for venting gas or...||chimney|
|climb, climbing; rising up; upward slope, rise to importance, upward movement, way up mountain||ascent|
|coming up of sun, glow from rising sun, rising of the sun; dawn, time of day when the sun rises above the horizon; beginning, emergence, sunup, time sun rises||sunrise|
|condition of going or moving upward, ascent, rising||upwardness|
|cone-shaped mineral deposit on the floor of a cave (often beneath a stalactite), conical pillar rising from cave floor, see also:stalactite||stalagmite|
|cycle of rising prices and wages||inflationary spiral|
|deep waves, large sea waves before or after a storm; spreading, increase (of opinion or ideas), rising feeling||groundswell|
|defined by tide level, dependent on tide, fluctuating, of the tides, of the rising and falling of sea level, of tides||tidal|
|dive with back somersault, person that profits; winner, rising stock, somebody gaining||gainer|
|emergence, process of sea water rising toward the surface from the bottom of the sea (Oceanography), rising of water to surface||upwelling|
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