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rise

(Appreciation), noun accession, acclivity, accrual, accumulation, addition, advance, amplification, appearance, appreciation, ascension, ascent, augmentation, boom, climb, derivation, elevation, enhancement, enlargement, expansion, extension, gain, grade, gradient, growth, inception, increment, inflation, hill, increase, lift, progress, progression, promotion, reaction, slope, uprising

rise

(Origin), noun beginning, cause, commencement, debut, derivation, development, fountainhead, genesis, germ, growth, inception, incipience, introduction, nascency, onset, origin, origination, outset, overture, preamble, prelude, prologue, source, spring, start, starting point, uprising, upswing

rise

(Originate), verb arise, begin, come into exissence, come to be, emanate, emerge, happen, inaugurate, increase, initiate, issue, occur, spring up

rise

(Prosper), verb appreciate, arise, bear fruit, be successful, blossom, build, excel, flourish, improve, incept from, originate from, progress, spring from, strive, succeed

rise

(Soar), verb arise, ascend, bear fruit, blossom, build, climb, elevate, emerge, erect, escalate, extend diiectly upward, flourish, go further, go higher, grow, heighten, hover, improve, inaugurate, inflate, initiate, mount, pullulate, raise, rear, rebel, rise up, scale, tower, transcend, uprise, wax
See also: advancement, appearance, appreciate, appreciation, augmentation, boom, build, commence, disobey, elevation, emerge, emergence, genesis, growth, improvement, inception, increase, increment, inflate, inflation, nascency, onset, originate, origination, outset, progress, promotion, pullulate, rebel, result, start, stem
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Further, although Japan's labor force will shrink over the long-term, the rise in female participation in the labor force is a bright spot for income and demand growth in the medium-term.
This rise in the female labor participation rate helps explain both the fall in the marriage and birth rates.
Because this average pace is below the rise in the economy's potential, they see the unemployment rate increasing to about 4 1/2 percent by the fourth quarter of this year.
Federal budget surpluses have bolstered national saving, providing additional resources for investment and, hence, contributing to the rise in the capital stock and our standards of living.
At the same time, a growing number of households are apparently finding it difficult to meet their debt-service obligations, judging from the appreciable rise in delinquency rates on consumer loans in recent years.
Also, house prices have firmed somewhat, which may have raised confidence in the investment value of residential real estate and thus contributed to the recent rise in the homeownership rate, which is now at its highest level since the early 1980s.
Nevertheless, real median gross holdings for those with vehicles rose from $5, 100 to $6,900: This rise reflects the increase in the real cost of automobiles.