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reawaken

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • v reawaken awaken once again
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Usage

In literature:

The spirit of religion, however, lived within his heart, and needed only to be reawakened.
"A History of French Literature" by Edward Dowden
He did not notice the look of reawakened suspicion which flickered in Strangeways' eyes.
"Murder Point" by Coningsby Dawson
His long struggle for the reawakening of his people to a richer Christian and national life appeared fruitless.
"Hymns and Hymnwriters of Denmark" by Jens Christian Aaberg
If only she knew how to find his love, to reawaken it.
"Claire" by Leslie Burton Blades
I smiled at the recollection, the sense of power reawakening in my heart.
"Beyond the Frontier" by Randall Parrish
My suspicions had been thoroughly reawakened on finding Black Dog at the "Spy-glass," and I watched the cook narrowly.
"The Works of Robert Louis Stevenson" by Robert Louis Stevenson
Sir Tom remained unmoved while his wife had that sudden access of reawakened tenderness.
"Sir Tom" by Mrs. Oliphant
Here, all day long, he jolted on the bare boards, distressed by heat and continually reawakened from uneasy slumbers.
"The Works of Robert Louis Stevenson - Swanston Edition Vol. 5 (of 25)" by Robert Louis Stevenson
She paused on the steps, still but half reawakened.
"The Wife of Sir Isaac Harman" by H. G. (Herbert George) Wells
Five years afterwards it was reawakened.
"Historic Tales, Vol. 12 (of 15)" by Charles Morris
But now that she had been reawakened to the perils of their situation she allowed him no opportunity.
"The Crimson Gardenia and Other Tales of Adventure" by Rex Beach
I was puzzled, too, but I praised Rosemary, and gave no hint of my own miserable, reawakened suspicions.
"The Brightener" by C. N. Williamson
In the clatter of the falling sword was love's reawakening.
"Historia Amoris: A History of Love, Ancient and Modern" by Edgar Saltus
I have seen signs of the reawakening of greed, of selfishness.
"Armageddon--2419 A.D." by Philip Francis Nowlan
At the same moment Dick's suspicions reawakened.
"The Black Arrow" by Robert Louis Stevenson
At this time the old enmity between Soberanis and Ursua reawakened.
"History of the Spanish Conquest of Yucatan and of the Itzas" by Philip Ainsworth Means
His reawakened sense of honour forbade him to think of such desecration.
"A Traitor's Wooing" by Headon Hill
Because of his missing leg it was rather pitiful to watch his enthusiasm for a reawakened activity.
"The Guarded Heights" by Wadsworth Camp
He reawakened all my old interest in my profession.
"To Win the Love He Sought" by E. Phillips Oppenheim
There is need of a special stimulus in order to reawaken the old sympathy.
"The Popes and Science" by James J. Walsh
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In poetry:

Fad'st thou, glow-forsaken,
Darkness-overtaken!
Thy first sweetness,
Radiance, meetness,
None shall reawaken.
"To Outer Nature" by Thomas Hardy
To find old pleasures, long since gone,
Perchance as vivid as of yore,
Or else to sleep,--life's curtains drawn,--
And reawaken ... nevermore.
"Dreamland" by John Lawson Stoddard

In news:

How the Foreign-Buyer Market Reawakened South Florida.
Cartagena, Colombia, the city that fueled the fiction of Gabriel García Márquez, is reawakening — embracing its most famous author and spinning its surreal mystique into a modern destination.
The $2 billion loss by JPMorgan Chase has reawakened debate about whether banks are taking excessive risks, but many facts have gotten lost in the breathless media coverage.
Music therapy can reawaken residents at care centers.
The city that never sleeps is reawakening.
Thanks to the Royal Thai Embassy, I've reawakened a lost appreciation for canned tuna — one of Thailand's principal exports.
Crisis of 'human spirit' demands spiritual reawakening.
Waledac has reawakened more than a year after Microsoft shut down the botnet.
In eastern Australia, the China boom is reawakening the sleepy town of Gunnedah.
He attacks on the World Trade Center have reawakened a debate on how strongly the public — and by extension terrorists and other criminals — should be able to encrypt their electronic messages.
The attacks on the World Trade Center have reawakened a debate on how strongly the public — and by extension terrorists and other criminals — should be able to encrypt their electronic messages.
Conflict Reawakens Bad Memories For Gaza Family.
In eastern Australia, the China boom is reawakening the sleepy town of Gunnedah.
Ahead of the set's release, Jen spoke with Chart Beat by e-mail to offer insight into a style of music that Martha's Trouble feels is well-worth reawakening interest in: lullabies .
L ast Tuesday, May 1, had long been touted as the ­ferocious reawakening of Occupy Wall Street from its winter hibernation.
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In science:

Perhaps Reye’s lectures began to reawaken interest in von Staudt.
Publication history of von Staudt's Geometrie der Lage
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