And then he wakened Grania, and he bade her to keep watch for Muadhan, and he himself would go out and take a look around.
And when he wakened up, his hounds were heaps of dust beside him.
She was quite alone with her boy, with the wakened Indians preparing for their labours of the open season.
If so, he was wakened from his reverie by the next performance.
They wanted to have her wakened at once, but I refused, although I agreed to bring her out first thing in the morning.
Martha met the bewildered Aaron at the door, wakened by Musa's shouting.
The new morning, skipping across the sparkling lake, climbed up to Dorry's window and wakened her with its sunny touch.
Every morning I wakened with a fresh consciousness that winter was over.
Harlan went to the window impatiently, like one wakened from a dream by a blind impulse of action.
Could he unfasten and mount one before any of them a wakened?
"to become awake," Old English wæcnan, wæcnian "to rise, spring," from the same source as wake (v.). Figurative sense was in Old English. Transitive sense of "to arouse (someone or something) from sleep" is recorded from c.1200. Related: Wakened; wakening.