Suddenly there came an icy hand upon my forehead, and an impatient, gibbering voice whispered the word "Arise!"
Thus, words with similar meaning often arise from the same root.
The word arose around 1940 from the appearance of a diver in shiny drysuit and large fins.
Out of the general aura of satisfaction those definite words arose.
Consequently, when new words arise in the course of a fantasy scene, children can determine their meaning easily from cues in the situation.
The word arose because of a sharp practice used in nutmeg exports between America and England.
It is possible that the word arose during initial contact of the Ashantis and Europeans.
Surely this word arose from glia, a class of brain cells, and theft.
The word "righteous" does not often arise these days in connection with the British royal family.
No word as to any nephew arose.