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It was a mere hint of a picture, but vivid as some word that wakens long reverberations in the memory.
He is asleep at present, and when he wakens he will have you in a similar manner.
Then to the nurse she turned, asking, “Will it be long before she wakens, Kathryn?”
BOBS, A GIRL DETECTIVEGRACE MAY NORTH
If he wakens to find his wife is not what he thinks her, it will be too late for me to warn you then.
It reminds me at once of the poetic alarm clock that wakens me every morning,—'I am dying, Egypt, dying.'
THE DARROW ENIGMAMELVIN L. SEVERY
Why 'tis what libertines themselves adore; 'Tis that which wakens love and kindles rapture Beyond the rosy lip or starry eye.
Kick that sleepy dog till he wakens, that he may come and assist me with these packs.
THE PRAIRIE-BIRDCHARLES AUGUSTUS MURRAY
But you mustn't talk, Anty; it wakens you, and you've had too much talking already this day.
But what most touches and wakens a Green Valley heart is lilac time.
GREEN VALLEYKATHARINE REYNOLDS
I will wait till he wakens and gaze on his beauty, Lest I never again in the world should behold him.