Antonyms for re-awakened

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Hope was now re-awakened that the river might be crossed in safety.

Marry the Duchess, if you like, but don't worry me with your re-awakened conscience.

To take advantage of the re-awakened commerce and to return to work was, as Wynne urged, unwise for a month or more.

This signal of a dissension was heard along the main street of Epsom, and re-awakened the flagging hilarity of the road.

The Napoleonic struggle, and the Romantic revival, with its appeal to the past, re-awakened the national instinct.

But he re-awakened critical inquiry; and any inquiry was certain to sap the base of the ancien régime in France.

Habit resumed its sway, and with anxiety over his cherished stock now re-awakened, he passed swiftly out.

He endeavoured to crush the feelings of licentiousness which had been re-awakened in his heart.

That brought him to himself; that re-awakened the latent energy and decision of his character.

More than all these, however, I was disposed by my re-awakened desire to write for the stage, to accept the Counts proposal.