aroused

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But various interests were antagonized, and opposition was aroused.

The declaration, simple as it was, aroused the official to new indignation.

He had been aroused by the Inspector's shouting, and was evidently greatly perturbed.

It at once aroused all that was stern in his nature—to have such a coward offer him an insult.

But evidently she aroused herself, as if just awaking from sleep.

The officers, haggard but tireless, aroused them frequently.

She had lived down much of the dislike that her husband had aroused.

Tulp had also been aroused, and saddled my horse while I dressed, in response to the summons.

At length he was aroused by a loud uproar, for which at first he could not account.

They were "after" jumping up in alarm, aroused by the college bell.

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