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English words containing rising:

Meanings of Sunrising:

noun

The appearance of the sun above the horizon at daybreak.

Meanings of Surprising:

adjective

Causing surprise; unexpected.

Usage examples:

A surprising sequence of events
verb

(of something unexpected) cause (someone) to feel mild astonishment or shock.

Usage examples:

I was surprised at his statement

Surprisingly

səˈpraɪ.zɪŋ.li

Meanings of Surprisingly:

adverb

In a way that causes surprise; unexpectedly.

Usage examples:

The finale ends surprisingly

Meanings of Symmetrising:

verb

Make symmetrical.

Usage examples:

A reduction designed to symmetrize the breast

Meanings of Tenderising:

verb

Make (meat) more tender by beating or slow cooking.

Usage examples:

Marinading will add spice and also tenderize the meat

Meanings of Terrorising:

verb

Create and maintain a state of extreme fear and distress in (someone); fill with terror.

Usage examples:

He used his private army to terrorize the population

Theorising

ˈθɪə.raɪz

Meanings of Theorising:

verb

Form a theory or theories about something.

Usage examples:

He theorized that the atolls marked the sites of vanished volcanoes
noun

The forming of a theory or theories about something.

Usage examples:

They are more interested in obtaining results than in political theorizing

Meanings of Unenterprising:

adjective

Not having or showing initiative or entrepreneurial ability.

Usage examples:

They demand their children seek permission for any act, but then turn upon them as unenterprising

Meanings of Unsurprising:

adjective

Not unexpected and so not causing surprise.

Usage examples:

The outcome of this sombre film is unsurprising

Meanings of Unsurprisingly:

adverb

In a way that is not unexpected and therefore does not cause surprise.

Usage examples:

Unsurprisingly, his claim for unfair dismissal failed

Meanings of Uprising:

noun

An act of resistance or rebellion; a revolt.

Usage examples:

An armed uprising
verb

Rise to a standing or elevated position.

Usage examples:

Bright and red uprose the morning sun

Uprisings

ˈʌprʌɪzɪŋ

Meanings of Uprisings:

noun

An act of resistance or rebellion; a revolt.

Usage examples:

An armed uprising

Meanings of Vaporising:

verb

Convert or be converted into vapour.

Usage examples:

There is a large current which is sufficient to vaporize carbon

Meanings of Vernacularising:

verb

Translate (speech or writing) into the vernacular of a country or region.

Usage examples:

The liturgy had been vernacularized

Vulgarising

ˈvʌl.ɡər.aɪz

Meanings of Vulgarising:

verb

Make less refined.

Usage examples:

Her voice, vulgarized by its accent, was full of caressing tones

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