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  • verb Simple past of reawake.

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Examples

  • The sight of the police – many of whom are hired guns from Pakistan, Syria and other parts of the Sunni world – running from Shia demonstrators reawoke the fears of Gulf governments that the "party of Ali" was on the rise again.

    Saudi Arabian intervention in Bahrain driven by visceral Sunni fear of Shias

  • A bunch of strange looks from the Angelinos, Mexicans included, eventually disabused me of the shibboleth and reawoke me to my right — nay, duty! — as an American, to mispronounce everything and anything.

    Matthew Yglesias » The Auto Assignment Desk

  • A few minutes of sleep later, and I reawoke to hear Wendy Kaufman talking about the challenges facing video stores in the face of competition from Netflix and big chains.

    seattle on npr : stereotype enforcement x 2 | Seattle Metblogs

  • It reawoke my fascination with the Black Swan dress, and I thought, Hey, why not?

    Archive 2004-08-01

  • It reawoke my fascination with the Black Swan dress, and I thought, Hey, why not?

    a tori kind of day

  • And, suddenly, all her former bitterness against him reawoke; she wished to scold, to reproach him.

    Resurrection

  • Princess Mary experienced a painful rather than a joyful feeling — her mental tranquillity was destroyed, and desires, doubts, self-reproach, and hopes reawoke.

    War and Peace

  • The ancient idea of escape, long dormant, suddenly reawoke in him with a new force.

    Australia Felix

  • The chiffon became a scarf, her hands reawoke the wide sloping brim of her hat.

    At Swim, Two Boys

  • The chiffon became a scarf, her hands reawoke the wide sloping brim of her hat.

    At Swim, Two Boys

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