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  • noun The state or quality of being awaked.

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Examples

  • Our alarm radio gently awakens us to two hours of NPR: we gently snooze, in and out of awakedness, then listen to the "recycled" airing of the 5-7 broadcast, fully awake, from 7-9.

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  • Mine Own the while that she walk up and down a little; so that she come to a full awakedness; and this I was careful to, because that she should have a need of all her powers that she come safe upward unto the cave.

    The Night Land

  • And afterward, I climbed to the topmost of the caves, and told Mine Own the while that she walk up and down a little; so that she come to a full awakedness; and this I was careful to, because that she should have a need of all her powers that she come safe upward unto the cave.

    The Night Land: Chapter 12

  • And in this state of semi-awakedness he felt angry and betrayed that his wife should reproach him for growing soft and weak.

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