Antonyms for re-awakening

Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.


It was in truth less a new discovery than the re-awakening of an old one.

If you lie to me, there won't be any re-awakening in another fifty years.

What is the difference between the awakening of the soul and its re-awakening?

The mystery of the soul's re-awakening has never been fathomed.

Following the re-awakening of speculation came the Reformation.

The preferment of these bills had the effect of re-awakening the subsiding excitement.

The chief interest of the new Department consists in the free play which it gives to the pent-up forces of a re-awakening life.

Not till the twelfth century was far advanced did any signs of a re-awakening appear.

If any harm happens to the poor wanderer here, then it dies "the other death" from which there is no re-awakening.

The shock which attends some terrible moral failure, not infrequently, is the proximate cause of the re-awakening of the soul.