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- n. Someone or something that arouses.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who or that which arouses.
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- n. someone who rouses others from sleep
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There's no question McCain's choice is successful as a base-arouser.
What is "Men's damager, words 'hinderer, and yet words' arouser?"
If a man is not thrilled by intimate contact with nature: with the sun, with the earth, which is his origin and the arouser of his acutest emotions --
the arouser of the body for challenge, are in sync but functioning at chronically low levels.
Yorick’s gospel, gropingly endeavoring to find an outlet for their own emotions which, in their opinion were characteristic of their arouser and stimulator, found through “Siegwart” a solution of their problem, a relief for their emotional excess.
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