Thesaurus / arouse


Now, two decades later, Mondale refused to arouse expectations beyond what he thought government could concretely deliver.IS WALTER MONDALE-STYLE LIBERALISM BACK?STEVEN M. GILLONAPRIL 22, 2021WASHINGTON POST
The student who does not intend to arouse himself need hope for no keen sense of beauty.EXPRESSIVE VOICE CULTUREJESSIE ELDRIDGE SOUTHWICK
If he had set out to arouse emotion in these two sluggish breasts he had done so with a vengeance.THE JOYOUS ADVENTURES OF ARISTIDE PUJOLWILLIAM J. LOCKE
All arouse themselves, thinking at first that it is a fire; but the master of the house springing up, throws the window open.SKIPPER WORSEALEXANDER LANGE KIELLAND
Her soul, untouched by human passion or human skill, demands the power of god-like genius to arouse it.THE FIFTH STRING  JOHN PHILIP SOUSA
Evidently the stranger was not impressed by Scattergood in a manner to arouse him to a notable exertion of courtesy.SCATTERGOOD BAINESCLARENCE BUDINGTON KELLAND
Day by day it disturbed him less, until at last it did not arouse him at all, although it sounded as loudly as ever.'THE VALUE OF A PRAYING MOTHERISABEL C. BYRUM
He used forceful language to arouse interest in reforms in which only a minority of the Virginians believed at the time.HALLOWED HERITAGE: THE LIFE OF VIRGINIADOROTHY M. TORPEY
The impractical view of life which art seemed to demand of its devotees was enough to arouse suspicion, if not her actual dislike.THE DRAGON PAINTERMARY MCNEIL FENOLLOSA
In fact, the pressing and tender solicitations of his mother could alone arouse him from his apathy or his gloomy reveries.THE SEVEN CARDINAL SINS: ENVY AND INDOLENCEEUGNE SUE


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