Words nearby woken
How to use woken in a sentence
Cuomo said that passengers were woken up about an hour into the flight when the aircraft began to bounce.
It is the moment when we are woken from our routine lives by a whisper or explosion, either of which demands ‘Why?’
She kept resisting the command only to be woken up by it yet again.
Emanuel recalls reading to his children and falling asleep before they did, only to be woken by a late night phone call.The Presidents' Gatekeepers: Review of a New Film about the Chiefs of Staff|Eleanor Clift|September 15, 2013|DAILY BEAST
For a brief moment during the 2011–12 protests it seemed as if Navalny had woken Moscow up.Alexei Navalny Threatens Russia’s Corrupt Status Quo|Peter Pomerantsev|July 19, 2013|DAILY BEAST
She was the Sleeping Beauty in the wood, who had woken up and remembered nothing, and could never recover from the long trance.Overlooked|Maurice Baring
The French of the Renaissance were woken suddenly, but as they started they recognized the face and the hand of the awakener.Avril|H. Belloc
As he lay he heard again the noise which had woken him—the trotting of several horses, and the voices of men riding by the house.Lady Into Fox|David Garnett
Old Mrs. Paley, having woken hungry but without her spectacles, was summoning her maid to find the biscuit-box.The Voyage Out|Virginia Woolf
The latter had to keep a light burning and was woken several times in the night by John, who could not sleep.The Growth of a Soul|August Strindberg