[ adjective ] advancing or becoming higher or greater in degree or value or status
"a rising trend" "a rising market"
Used in print(Allan J. Braff and Roger F. Miller, "Wage-Price...)
For such an industry , it is only `` safe '' to raise its price if such an increase is manifestly `` justified '' by rising costs ( due_to rising wages , etc . ) .
For such an industry , it is only `` safe '' to raise its price if such an increase is manifestly `` justified '' by rising costs ( due_to rising wages , etc . ) .(Doris Miles Disney, Mrs. Meeker's Money....)
Youngish man on_the_make , Madden labeled him , and was ready to guess that in a correct , not too pushing fashion , the junior partner of the firm had political ambitions ; that Mrs._Garth would be impeccably suitable as the wife of a rising young lawyer ; that there were three children , two boys and a girl ; that she was active in the Woman 's Club and he in Lions , Rotary , and Jaycee ; and finally , that neither of them had harbored an unorthodox opinion since their wedding_day .
[ adjective ] (of a heavenly body) becoming visible above the horizon
"the rising sun"
Used in print(Octavia Waldo, A Cup of the Sun....)
To him life was a restless boredom that began with the rising sun and ended only with sleep .
[ adjective ] increasing in amount or degree
Used in print(Peter Field, Rattlesnake Ridge....)
`` He 's there '' , he got_out tersely , curbing his rising excitement .
[ adjective ] newly come into prominence
"a rising young politician"
[ noun ] Last name, frequency rank in the U.S. is 20002