Rise and Succession


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Rise noun – A raising or a state of being raised to a higher rank or position.
Succession and rise are semantically related. In some cases you can use "Succession" instead a noun "Rise".
Nearby Words: rising, risen
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Succession noun – Acquisition of property by descent or by will.
Rise and succession are semantically related. Sometimes you can use "Rise" instead a noun "Succession".
Nearby Words: success, successive, successor, successively, successiveness
Synonyms for Succession

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old old rise old succession
long long rise long succession
fast fast rise fast succession
many many rise many succession
Other adjectives: actual, big, quick, gradual, new, immediate, unexpected, inevitable, eventual, rapid.

Both words in one sentence

  • Decadent Court The Nobles in Twig consider all their prestige in terms of who is where in the chain of succession; having never killed to rise in the succession means that one is viewed as weak.
  • India during the Axial Age was a complex, regionally diverse region, located in modern day Bihar, which witnessed in succession: the rise of the Nanda Kings, the Invasion of Alexander and the rise of the Mauryas.
  • The Golden Age of Piracy, which began in the mid-1600s, petered out in the wake of the War of the Spanish Succession with the passage of the Treaty of Utrecht and the rise of conscript armies.
    Source: End of an Age
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