wake[ weyk ]SEE DEFINITION OF wake
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They laid Paralus upon a couch, with the belief that he slept to wake no more.
The soul cannot move, wake, or open the eyes, without perceiving God.
But now some dim perception of this truth began to wake in her.
So keen the blade, so soft the touch, the sleeper did not wake!
But was it possible he should ever wake to see how ugly his conduct had been?
With the words, he left the room, in his wake a hugely relieved Smithson.
Wake me up any old night and ask me—just ask me, that's all.
Too happy—I almost fear to wake and find that I've been dreaming.
The sky-light-hood had been thrown overboard, and was floating in the ship's wake.
Being jealous might wake him up to see that he was in love with her himself.