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Simple past tense for cause to stop sleeping
“… the honking horns roused her from a deep sleep.”
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Simple past tense for make angry or excited
“Above all, they had been roused to anger by a recent decision of the Court to nationalize the railways.”
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Simple past tense for cease to sleep or to be inactive; wake up
“He waited a few minutes to make sure his son didn't rouse then moved the book so that it lay on the bed beside him, within easy reach of Adam's hand.”
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Simple past tense for to provoke (someone) to action or anger
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Simple past tense for to cause, stir up, excite (a feeling, thought, etc)
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Past participle for cause to stop sleeping
“… the honking horns roused her from a deep sleep.”
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Past participle for make angry or excited
“Above all, they had been roused to anger by a recent decision of the Court to nationalize the railways.”
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Past participle for cease to sleep or to be inactive; wake up
“He waited a few minutes to make sure his son didn't rouse then moved the book so that it lay on the bed beside him, within easy reach of Adam's hand.”
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Past participle for to cause, stir up, excite (a feeling, thought, etc)
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To have mustered
Adjective
Extremely happy and excited
Adjective
Showing enthusiasm or displaying positive energy about something
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To have triggered enthusiasm or eagerness
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To have triggered a passionate feeling or reaction
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To have aroused someone
Adjective
That fumes
Adjective
In a condition or state of stimulation
Adjective
Heartened
Adjective
Excited, stimulated or agitated
Adjective
Adjective
Verb
(led to) To have culminated or resulted in a particular event or consequence
Adjective
Very agitated, angry or impassioned
Adjective
Having or expressing great depth of feeling
Adjective
A state of elation
Adjective
Being in a situation where one is likely to meet with harm
Adjective
Marked by curiosity or fascination
Adjective
Not asleep
Adjective
Marked by much life, movement, or activity
Verb
(rare) To have impelled and directed towards an object or action
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