Thesaurus / aroused

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She rejoiced to be near the low-lying, fleecy clouds which a little while ago had aroused her apprehensions for the morrow.

In Apple-Blossom TimeClara Louise Burnham

It was a chance remark made by an eminent man that aroused my subconscious literary personality to irresistible action.

A Mind That Found ItselfClifford Whittingham Beers

He was weakened, too, but the freezing cold of the desert night aroused all his latent force.

The Lions of the LordHarry Leon Wilson

She was aroused by it from hearing a child's voice in the next room.

East LynneMrs. Henry Wood

It takes an entire community of such intellects to get up a feeling, and of course the feeling when aroused is shared in common.

This, of course, aroused her suspicions, and without saying anything to her husband she determined to have his movements watched.

In the Mayor's ParlourJ. S. (Joseph Smith) Fletcher

Many of her poems were published in religious periodicals and aroused much interest.

The Story of Our HymnsErnest Edwin Ryden

Aroused by his tale, the settlers organized a relief party to return to his cabin and if possible to punish the Indians.

Just then I was aroused by hearing the loud voice of the captain ordering the crew to get out the long-boat.

Will WeatherhelmW.H.G. Kingston

He did not know that he had aroused a scornful kind of anger in that proud heart by his love for Isabel Gilbert.

The Doctor's WifeM. E. Braddon

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