Awaken [verb]

Definition of Awaken:

make conscious or alert

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Sentence/Example of Awaken:

It should be noted that awakening the nation to the requirement for this new level of representation is indeed a national concern.

S&P 500 at the end of 2021Stocks will keep climbing as new vaccines gradually awaken more industries from their pandemic-induced comas.

He dreams of a fire breaking out and finds that fire is real when he awakens—and that he has an odd, painful wound on his ankle.

More than 1 in 5 Americans say they’ve seen or experienced a ghost, and some self-isolating during the pandemic have claimed their own house spectres have awakened them, shaken their windows or even found long-lost items for them.

She would go on to become a law professor and a well-known women’s rights activist attorney — but it was a trip to Sweden that awakened the feminist in RBG.

Having proximity to inequality awakens something important for an equitable workplace.

A ray of Consciousness is passed over that impression and you re-read it, you re-awaken the record.

If you are thinking of making an Abstract of a particular book, awaken the utmost interest in regard to it before you begin.

Whereas her first impulse had been to awaken someone, preferably Sir Lucien, now her sole desire was to escape undetected.

Paula had announced her intention of visiting her children in the course of the afternoon; she would hardly awaken for luncheon.