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For the secular, hoping that someone or something will remember humanity, any wakeful and appreciative aliens will have to do.

Vast feelings that slide, beyond command, beneath the wakeful tending of our days.

Taking time to space out—whether by showering, pulling weeds, or petting a dog—provides an opportunity for what psychologists call wakeful rest.

The boy was sleeping soundly, and little Carry lay quietly wakeful upon her mother's lap.

The next day, Bussy left Angers before the most wakeful bourgeois had had their breakfast.

On mornings when I happen to be wakeful the observations I make are not always through the tent flap.

When I was alone, I lay wakeful through the noisy hours, waiting for daylight.

I was fevered with happiness; the past and future reeled before my wakeful vision.


On this page you'll find 26 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to wakeful, such as: alive, astir, attentive, careful, heedful, and insomniac.

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