Unemployment rose sharply.
We rose from our seats when the national anthem was played.
He rose through the ranks to the top position at the company where he started his career.
The glass fronted building before you is the rose garden. It's a greenhouse so you will always be able to appreciate the roses.
It is better to be stung by a nettle than pricked by a rose.
The Commerce Department reports retail sales rose seven-tenths of 1 percent last month mainly thanks to strong auto sales.
As soon as she entered the room, I rose to my feet and made a deep bow.
Up and up rose the balloon, until it was seen no more.
Thanks to the heavy rain, vegetable prices rose sharply.
Rose was blowing bubbles.
Rose and lilies are in bloom in the garden. I like these better than those.
I was beside myself with jealousy when my youngest sister rose in the world.
He rose, patted his lips with the napkin, placed the napkin beside his cup and went to the piano.
How long have you looked after this rose garden?
Rose, Juniper, Lily, and Camellia were all named after plants, as was Giant Corpse Flower, whose high school experience was far worse than theirs.
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