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  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of reawake.

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Examples

  • Left alone, Pietro's keen sense of duty reawakes and he leaves the place without freeing the captive.

    The Standard Operaglass Detailed Plots of One Hundred and Fifty-one Celebrated Operas

  • But anon, Man's noble Indignation inflames within him, Thought reawakes out of her slumbers, and, once more free, Man marches ahead, alone through the thorns of his Errors, alone among the fleeting sparks of his Doubts, alone amidst the ruins of his decayed Beliefs!

    The March of Man

  • Till sunshine calls to toil, and reawakes the sky;

    The Aeneid of Virgil Translated into English Verse by E. Fairfax Taylor

  • Having said that, the exchange link locks down the security of the phone and means you have to put a password in to unlock it each time it reawakes.

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  • Having said that, the exchange link locks down the security of the phone and means you have to put a password in to unlock it each time it reawakes.

    Coolsmartphone News

  • Having said that, the exchange link locks down the security of the phone and means you have to put a password in to unlock it each time it reawakes.

    Coolsmartphone News

  • Having said that, the exchange link locks down the security of the phone and means you have to put a password in to unlock it each time it reawakes.

    Coolsmartphone News

  • France's return of Egyptian artefacts reawakes repatriation debate photo: Creative Commons/Alex Tremps

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  • France's return of Egyptian artefacts reawakes repatriation debate

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  • He found that patients submitted to galvano-puncture could not be rendered insensible by the effects of ether -- the galvanism invariably restored sensation -- and taking this accidentally-discovered fact as the basis of further research, he set to work and made a series of experiments on living animals, and arrived at results which in a brief summary are: that electricity, made to operate by means of needles implanted in several parts of the body, especially in the direction of the cerebro-spinal axis, reawakes sensibility, and immediately puts the relaxed muscles into play.

    Chambers's Edinburgh Journal, No. 422 Volume 17, New Series, January 31, 1852

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