verb (used with or without object), a·woke [uh-wohk] /əˈwoʊk/ or a·waked, a·woke or a·waked or a·wo·ken [uh-woh-kuhn], /əˈwoʊ kən/, a·wak·ing.
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Retired worn out; slept soundly; awaked by mate telling me that both men on watch and steersman missing.Dracula|Bram Stoker
Better this than to be at the Ball in some corner nodding, and awaked now & then with a midnight Yell!
He was suddenly awaked with the noise of firing; and starting from his bed, saw every thing already in tumult and confusion.
Sir Hugh readily assented, and composing himself for his afternoon nap, desired to be awaked if Dr. Orkborne came back.Camilla|Fanny Burney
But I had scarcely shut my eyes, when something that fell by me with a great noise awaked me.The Arabian Nights|Unknown