Idiom: rise to the occasion
— She’s a good tennis player but she never rises to the occasion at the grand slam tournaments.
— I was very impressed with how you rose to the occasion today and chaired the meeting during the director’s absence.
— Our neighbor's son always rises to the occasion and shovels the snow off our driveway after we have snowstorms.
— One of my proudest moments was rising to the occasion by scoring the winning basket at our high school basketball championship game.
— We didn't have insurance but our daughter rose to the occasion and paid my wife's medical bills after she had a stroke.
— The leader urged the private sector to rise to the occasion and help rebuild the city after the devastating hurricane.
— We need a leader who will rise to the occasion not a pathetic president who blames the citizens after natural disasters.
— When the girls got lost in the woods, the older sister rose to the occasion and used her camping skills to survive the long night.
— Champions always find a way to rise to the occasion.
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