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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of reawake.

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Examples

  • Of late years interest in the antiquity of man in America has been reawaked by the discoveries of human remains in Pliocene deposits in

    The Prehistoric World; or, Vanished races

  • Could his health have been at once restored, a great reaction would have ensued, his interest in life would have reawaked, and most probably he would have become indifferent to that which now oppressed him; but on the slightest weariness or disappointment, the same overpowering sense of desolation would have returned, and indeed at times amidst the warmest glow of health and keenest consciousness of pleasure.

    St. George and St. Michael

  • Could his health have been at once restored, a great reaction would have ensued, his interest in life would have reawaked, and most probably he would have become indifferent to that which now oppressed him; but on the slightest weariness or disappointment, the same overpowering sense of desolation would have returned, and indeed at times amidst the warmest glow of health and keenest consciousness of pleasure.

    St. George and St. Michael Volume III

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