re-awaken[ uh-wey-kuh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF re-awaken
Synonyms for re-awaken
- raise from the dead
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR RE-AWAKEN
No cause came to her with force enough to re-awaken her enthusiasms.
Are there any minds in which they do not re-awaken some sorrow, or some trouble?
Alas, centuries will pass before they re-awaken from their present stupor.
The mighty fist of the dead praefect had mayhap laid the creature low; in any case it were not safe to re-awaken dormant memories.
It is the glad ministry of His grace to re-awaken silent chords, to restore broken harps, to “put new songs” in our mouths.
At first, when he had passed a few weeks there, the memory of Rome used to re-awaken in his thoughts.
A ray of Consciousness is passed over that impression and you re-read it, you re-awaken the record.
In her case, the first business was to re-awaken her within, and her own words have related something of the process.
Might they not some day re-awaken as this present wound healed and ceased to smart?
Enough, my friends; I would not re-awaken the memory of those days of misery and death.