They were six or eight feet across at their top, which rose high above the water.
He went down until the water rose above his head.
Without action, their number soon will rise above 40 million.
Why shouldn't they try to rise above the common level?
A second later another hand appeared, and a small head rose above the level of me floor.
To cover such costs, he said, the tax rate will need to rise above 7 percent.
The river water was cold, never rising above the low 50's during our stay.
The stock rose above $25 a share earlier this week, but lost $4 today.
Her arms went up, and she rose above the trees.
Just because it calls on you to rise above yourself?
The books portrays being poor not as something to lament on, but something to rise above.
The sound drowned out anything more subtle, but sounds of a squabble rose above.
But he thought that his hostility toward women was something he could not choose simply to rise above.
Then a tongue of flame rose above as if to beckon them closer.
The city hall building's most striking feature, formerly, was a clock tower that rose above.
That is what modern journalism has to aspire to rise above.
Those troubles give her something to rise above.
In each country, the film introduces women and girls bravely fighting to rise above very difficult circumstances.
By means of this engine, we can rise to the city above, where the Great Fair is held once a week.
Ka, the gunslinger could have told them, was often the last thing you had to rise above.