awaken

All Verb Adverb
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  • When his wife awakened him, he found he had killed their daughter.
  • His father awakened in him a great interest in nature early on in his life.
  • It happened a number of times when he was awakened from his sleep.
  • They are awakened in this tower in their first video game appearance.
  • He moved the students thought process to awaken the need to live in an independent country.
  • Only after he returned to his body to help them were they able to awaken from these states.
  • She was told that she would be awakened when the soldiers were finished so she could let them out.
  • He also claims they can help people "awaken to who they really are".
  • It usually takes me an hour after I awaken to get all the pain out.
  • My interest in natural science was awakened first by this book.
  • He then fell into a deep sleep never to awaken again.
  • When he awakens, he finds that he has begun to age quickly.
  • It was while taking classes of Image that his interest in films was awakened.
  • Next morning we were awakened by a shot from one of the great guns passing just over our heads.
  • When she tries to follow, she falls through the ground and awakens at home.
  • How these socially-awakened students rise above these problems forms the rest of the story.
  • My appearance seemed to awaken an interest for which I was not prepared. Cited from That Affair Next Door, by Anna Katharine Green
  • Meanwhile, the rest of the castle awakens and go about their business.
  • Michael is awakened by the noise and goes outside to see what is going on.
  • He was awakened in the middle of the night, led away for many hours and only in the morning returned.
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Meaning of awaken

  • verb Cause to become awake or conscious
    He was roused by the drunken men in the street, Please wake me at 6 AM.
  • verb Make aware
    They were awakened to the sad facts