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  • verb Present participle of reawake.

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Examples

  • Democratic commissioner on the Federal Communications Commission, Jonathan S. Adelstein: "The internet is reawaking American democracy but for it to reach its full potential we need" openness, access.

    Bite-Sized Broadband: Your Quick Guide to the Launch of "Internet for Everyone"

  • Democratic commissioner on the Federal Communications Commission, Jonathan S. Adelstein: "The internet is reawaking American democracy but for it to reach its full potential we need" openness, access.

    Bite-Sized Broadband: Your Quick Guide to the Launch of "Internet for Everyone"

  • The fatherliness of the salute -- and he couldn't have made it anything else -- would have shamed Kitty's peculiar state of mind out of existence and probably sent back to its eternal sleep that which was strangely reawaking in his lonely heart.

    The Drums of Jeopardy

  • Though Zacuto's work is more celebrated than historical, it nevertheless had an important share in reawaking the dormant interest of Jews in historical research.

    Chapters on Jewish Literature

  • Mrs. Atherton she had felt her inferiority more keenly than she had ever done before, while at the same time she was conscious that a new set of ideas and thoughts had taken possession of her, reawaking in her the germ of that ambition to be somebody which she had felt so often when a girl, and which now was to bud and blossom, and bear fruit a hundred fold.

    Tracy Park

  • He had thus got out of the little valley on to the open hill, and the wind had begun to threaten reawaking, when Snootie, who was a little way to one side of him, stopped short, and began scratching like a fury in the snow.

    Heather and Snow

  • These play their parts, and run their courses, until the vast day of Brahma is completed; when he closes his eyes, and falls to rest, while the whole system of finite things returns to the silence and darkness of its aboriginal unity, and remains there in invisible annihilation through the stupendous night that precedes the reawaking of the slumbering Godhead and the appearance of the creation once more.

    The Destiny of the Soul A Critical History of the Doctrine of a Future Life

  • William's reawaking and ready intellect soon seized upon the importance of the object pressed upon him.

    Harold : the Last of the Saxon Kings — Complete

  • William's reawaking and ready intellect soon seized upon the importance of the object pressed upon him.

    Harold : the Last of the Saxon Kings — Volume 11

  • Hopefully, our nation's constitutional reawaking will begin to deliver us from the precipice.

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