awoken[ uh-woh-kuh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF awoken
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR AWOKEN
The next morning we were awoken by hearing a great noise in the village.
From this petrified state, he was awoken by a hand touching his shoulder.
Now, he was nothing but Siddhartha, the awoken one, nothing else was left.
He was awoken by the voice of Oliver Marston loudly calling him.
The moment when he had just awoken from sleep was always a horrible one for him.
Since you've awoken to notorosity, I have been studdyin' out your family pedigree.
At the end of that hour she returned—only to find that her husband had not yet awoken, but was still lying motionless.
The sun was pouring through the barred window when he was awoken by the entrance of a gigantic figure bearing food and drink.
My courage rises, and I fall into a deep sleep, but to be awoken in half an hour by a tremendous noise overhead.
Christendom had awoken to new life after the great and terrible New Year's Eve of 999.