Definition of Rewakens

1. rewaken [v] - See also: rewaken



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Rewakens

revulsed
revulsion
revulsions
revulsive
revved
revving
revving up
revying
rew
rewa-rewa
rewake
rewaked
rewaken
rewakened
rewakening
rewakens (current term)
rewakes
rewaking
rewalk
rewalked
rewalking
rewalks
rewan
reward
rewardable
rewarded
rewarder
rewarders
rewardest
rewardeth

Literary usage of Rewakens

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Book of Isaiah by George Adam Smith (1893)
"The prophet rewakens the figure, that is ever nearest his heart, of motherhood,— children suckled, borne and cradled in the lap of their mother fill all his ..."

2. Dream Verses and Others by Elizabeth Roberts MacDonald (1906)
"... and tender childhood ways, Come near to touch our lips with song, Our troubled hearts to heal with peace, Till hope rewakens clear and strong. ..."

3. Dream Verses and Others by Elizabeth Roberts MacDonald (1906)
"... and tender childhood ways, Come near to touch our lips with song, Our troubled hearts to heal with peace, Till hope rewakens clear and strong. ..."

4. History of the French Revolution of 1789 by Louis Blanc (1848)
"The fury of the assailants rewakens at these words; the prison is impetuously stormed, the prisoner is taken out, and swords glitter. ..."

5. The Expositor's Bible by William Robertson Nicoll (1900)
"The prophet rewakens the figure, that is ever nearest his heart, of motherhood,— children suckled, borne and cradled in the lap of their mother fill all his ..."

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