In late 2004, after Daschle lost his Senate seat to Republican John Thune, rouse was planning to retire.
They startle viewers, rouse viewers, occasionally put off and occasionally turn on viewers.
The ex-senator tells Howard Kurtz that Congress needs to rouse itself to raise taxes and slash spending.
At last, a cause that could rouse it to action: defending the honor of campaign contributors.
But among Millennials, there are fewer white, Christian non-immigrants to rouse.
Means were taken to rouse him from his lethargy, but in vain.
What is an alarm bell for but to rouse the sleepers, and to hurry them to the refuge?
He drew back startled; her words seemed to rouse him into sudden consciousness.
They were yelling like demons, as if expecting by noise to rouse their courage to the highest point.
He has engaged these charlatans to rouse up the people, and excite them against the king.
mid-15c., intransitive probably from Anglo-French or Old French reuser, ruser, originally used in English of hawks shaking the feathers of the body, but like many hawking terms it is of obscure origin. Figurative meaning "to stir up, provoke to activity" is from 1580s; that of "awaken" is first recorded 1590s. Related: Roused; rousing.