Thesaurus / arouse

EXAMPLE SENTENCES FROM THE WEB

She had a power over this young man; she could arouse all the latent nobility which he possessed.
I try to arouse the imagination of the student first of all.
PIANO MASTERYHARRIETTE BROWER
I do not intend to arouse sympathetic emotions on our behalf.
THE JEWISH STATETHEODOR HERZL
Instead of again trying to arouse French interest, he decided to make the next experiment at home.
The sight of the pigs turning in disgust from the rotten ears seemed to arouse Boldwood, and he one evening sent for Oak.
In the meantime, Stayford took a torch and went in to arouse the boys.
She seemed to arouse within him all sorts of unthought-of possibilities.
THE DAY OF JUDGMENTJOSEPH HOCKING
Only when some small fish approaches it does it arouse itself.
Not until the hypnotist came and touched the subject did he arouse from the heavy slumber.
IS THE DEVIL A MYTH?C. F. WIMBERLY
This question seemed to arouse all the anger slumbering in the breast of poor St. Jean.
FILE NO. 113EMILE GABORIAU

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