from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- v. A past participle of wake1.
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- v. Past participle of wake
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- A Middle English form of weaken.
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Horillo Munoz was woken from a 24-hour coma on Sunday.
One day this imposter will wake up to find he lost America to the patriotic silent majority whot have woken from a deep slumber!
I have just woken from a sleep and it rather caught me by surprise.
HONG KONG — The sole surviving child of a Hong Kong woman with Canadian citizenship who lost her husband and two daughters in a Philippine bus hijacking has woken from a coma and identified his mother nearly two months after the tragedy, his doctor said Wednesday.
She felt as if she had just woken from a deep slumber.
What did you think of the sentients? â€ â€œOh, they were quite dramatic. â€ Chimed one that had just woken from a long death. â€œI only saw the end, but it was very magical. â€ â€œI thought it was a little too over the top. â€ Said the middle aged one. â€œA bit much for my taste.
The difference between being woken from a dream and woken from light sleep is the difference between a rotten wake up and an easy one -- for me at least.
If youâve just woken from a coma, though, and miss âFritz the Cat, â then you should head on out to Circuit City and buy a DVD player and this disc.
Using the key word woken, unchanged, fill in the gap in this sentence in no more than 5 words: If I'd heard the alarm clock…………………………on time.
And I - I guess you could say that the right has kind of woken up over the last couple months - Don.