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  • v. To wake up again.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • intransitive v. To awake again.


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  • Victor David Hanson, a senior fellow at the Hoover Institution, has written an open letter to Europe asking us to “reawake, rediscover your heritage, and join with us in defending the idea of the West from this latest illiberal scourge of Islamic fascism.”

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  • In brief was not this the site of an ancient volcano, one which had slept through ages, but whose inner fires might yet reawake?

    The Master of the World

  • Then once you were "awake" you would get older, then "die" again but only to reawake.

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  • Only from without could reality impact upon him and reawake within him an awareness of reality.

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  • Might it reawake the dying nerve if the family were living close against her eyes?

    Howards End

  • To lie thus in deadly weakness and drink in the traits of the beloved, is to reawake to love from whatever shock of disillusion.

    Merry Men

  • He began also to observe a certain imperiousness in Harriett's manner to Elsie herself, which struck him as being particularly ungraceful, and the old pity began to reawake the old love.

    Mr. Hogarth's Will

  • The spirits of distant Hellas would reawake in the men and women of little

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  • The spirits of distant Hellas would reawake in the men and women of little German towns.

    Imaginary Portraits

  • As You all know, that QL [C] Cricket Group is been taking a NAP ... and with a view to reawake the sleeping souls ...

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