arousing[ uh-rouz ]SEE DEFINITION OF arousing
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The little incident may have touched her, arousing her conscience.
I did not do so only from the fear (absurd, I admit) of arousing some sort of suspicion in his mind.
“That man is only arousing the people and accomplishing no good,” said Lawrence.
The picture of it shot into his eyes, arousing a hate in his thought.
That knowledge was certainly in my mind on the instant of arousing from the swoon.
Torch-light processions were the popular way of arousing enthusiasm.
The latter took a prominent part in arousing the fears of the King.
After considerable effort he succeeded in arousing the inmates.
By every impulse I was arousing imagination—it is all said in that.
I asked, arousing from this unmanly despair which played me for a weakling.