Thesaurus / wide-awake
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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This portion seems more of the shape, if shape it has, of a wide-awake hat, with the crown a little depressed.

The Imp was wide-awake on the instant, and so were Dale and Harry, who were sleeping close by.

The Putnam Hall RivalsArthur M. Winfield

A rough-looking man stood, in a wide-awake hat, close against the door there.

A wide-awake sentinel is always posted in a commanding position to give warning should an enemy approach.

The Pearl of IndiaMaturin M. Ballou

No one was in uniform—at least, not in military uniform; all wore light shooting-coats and wide-awake hats, covered with turbans.

Can't you put two and two together, my once wide-awake governor?

The very fact of their absence startled her wide-awake, while otherwise she would have perhaps slept late into the morning.

The Sky Line of SpruceEdison Marshall

If we are wide-awake and have our eyes open, we can soon learn to spell correctly all these common words, at least.

Plain EnglishMarian Wharton

Within these years it has become the keenest and most wide-awake business centre in America.

Wear and TearSilas Weir Mitchell

Her younger sister was a wide-awake girl, who hadn't been to school for nothing.

An English GrammarW. M. Baskervill and J. W. Sewell

WORDS RELATED TO WIDE-AWAKE

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