wideawake[ wahyd-uh-weyk ]SEE DEFINITION OF wideawake
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR WIDEAWAKE
I knew his wideawake; and this head was crowned with some sort of a cap.
The question came in an anxious and wideawake tone from within the room.
His first act was to produce the wideawake he had spoken of.
Besides, a scout is supposed to be wideawake and on the alert.
Are you shrewd and wideawake, or are you so green that you can be cheated with your eyes open?
He put on the ready-made suit and the wideawake in which he had landed; he had kept them in the hut.
He dashed from the room, but was back next moment in his wideawake.
And on the hill's crest Doherty stood waving his wideawake against the blue.
There's nothing quite so wideawake as a tropical night in Africa.
Denis Wilde is too wideawake to be caught, though he is such a boy!