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When Mercury hits Virgo, on Friday, it will reawaken dormant conflicts with loved ones.

You just might reawaken their dreams or even one of your own, and one day when you least expect it, you will dream big again.

Some felt it would reawaken, as one survivor wrote, "all the feelings of horror that are churning in our hearts."

Why did she come here to reawaken her desire for a life impossible after the avowal she was forced to make?

Originally, he endeavoured to reawaken the memory of the sexual trauma by means of the induction of profound hypnosis.

The savage war dance is a dramatic representation of battle and as such serves to rouse and reawaken the warlike spirit.

The storm in the heavens will pass by, but the tempest caused by a raging mob will reawaken with double fury.

And Chicot disappeared so rapidly as almost to reawaken the king's fears as to whether he were a shade or not.


On this page you'll find 85 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to reawaken, such as: arouse, awaken, enliven, rejuvenate, rekindle, and rouse.

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