reawaken[ uh-wey-kuh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF reawaken
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR REAWAKEN
The only thing that keeps me sane is the hope that we may reawaken them.
In vain did Gustave try to reawaken the ardor of his partisans.
Her father had vanished and there was even yet nothing in that to reawaken the pang of loss.
The world, her own social world, seemed all at once to reawaken before her.
Then came new experiences to reawaken the slumbering vision.
Of what use is the sun if not to reawaken that dark sleeper—the conscience?
Hadrian asked me to help him reawaken in Athens Apollo and his Muses.
If I might be with you long enough, if I might reawaken the old tenderness!
Is it time to reawaken this industrial giant, to get government back within its means, and to lighten our punitive tax burden.
The storm in the heavens will pass by, but the tempest caused by a raging mob will reawaken with double fury.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR REAWAKEN
- bounce back
- breathe new life into
- bring around
- bring to
- come around
- come to life
- make whole
- snap out of it
- spring up
- touch up
- wake up