Definition of Rearisen

1. rearise [v] - See also: rearise



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Rearisen

reared
reared up
rearer
rearers
rearguard
rearguards
reargue
reargued
reargues
rearguing
reargument
rearguments
rearing
rearing up
rearise
rearisen (current term)
rearises
rearising
rearly
rearm
rearmament
rearmaments
rearmed
rearmice
rearming
rearmouse
rearmouses
rearms
rearomatization

Literary usage of Rearisen

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1. The Bibelot: A Reprint of Poetry and Prose for Book Lovers, Chosen in Part by Thomas Bird Mosher (1901)
"... as a rose under water in prison, Closed up from the air and the sun, but alive, as a ghost rearisen, Pale as the love that revives as a ghost ..."

2. Poems and Ballads by Algernon Charles Swinburne (1889)
"... That stretches and swings to the slow passionate pulse of the sea, Closed up from the air and the sun, but alive, as a ghost rearisen, Pale as the love ..."

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