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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of awake.
- adj. Having been woken up; "the awakened baby began to cry"
- adj. Aroused or activated; "an awakened interest in ballet"
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- adj. aroused or activated
- adj. (somewhat formal) having been waked up
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When you are doing what you love, it is as if you are awakened from a deep sleep and are now following your true path.
What do you think happened to Hercules when Xena and Gabrielle awakened from a 25-year ice sleep?
He smiled, as a man awakened from a bad dream and still oppressed by the substance of the dream.
She said that the agency “needs to be awakened from a deep and nightmarish sleep.”
I can state from experience that I've never been awakened from a dead sleep on a worknight by an ice cream truck.
I estimate I got about an hour of sleep last night and one this morning ... awakened from the latter by Mark's call, so he was on his way over before I saw e-mail.
“Gently now,” she thought, for the dead were like children awakened from a nap: drowsy, confused, liable to be fussy.
As a result of 9′s mistakes, an even greater danger than the Beast is awakened from the past.
Along with his son Alex (Luke Ford), wife Evelyn (Maria Bello) and her brother Jonathan (John Hannah), he must stop a mummy awakened from a 2,000-year-old curse from enslaving the world.
I touched with my hand, I clutched with my hand, rising, new-awakened from the tomb!