Words nearby awoken
Definition for awoken (2 of 2)
verb (used with or without object), a·woke or a·waked, a·woke or a·waked or a·wo·ken, a·wak·ing.
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Or as Ahrenberg says with delight, “We have awoken Sleeping Beauty.”
Last week, Mikhail Khodorkovsky was awoken in the middle of the night and taken away from his prison.
Seventeen months later, a recently awoken Kennex is obsessed with figuring out how The Syndicate planned the ambush.‘Almost Human’ Review: A Dystopian Future That We’ve Seen Before|Chancellor Agard|November 17, 2013|DAILY BEAST
But it also includes a new piece by Russian artist Valery Katsuba, entitled ALBATROSS (When memories are awoken by birds).
Had downtown been slipped a sedative, asked to be awoken when there was News?
The next morning we were awoken by hearing a great noise in the village.Charley Laurel|W. H. G. Kingston
My courage rises, and I fall into a deep sleep, but to be awoken in half an hour by a tremendous noise overhead.Legends|August Strindberg
The sun was pouring through the barred window when he was awoken by the entrance of a gigantic figure bearing food and drink.The Man Upstairs|P. G. Wodehouse
Describe for me the beauty that has awoken such emotion in a soul as dull and muddy as thy own.Bubbles of the Foam|Unknown
Mercedes, who had recovered from her fainting fit, felt so terrified that she regretted that she had awoken again.Last of the Incas|Gustave Aimard