Definition of Arousers

1. Noun. (plural of arouser) ¹



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Definition of Arousers

1. arouser [n] - See also: arouser

Lexicographical Neighbors of Arousers

around Robin Hood's barn
around the Horn
around the bend
around the clock
around the corner
around the world
arousable
arousal function
arousal reaction
arousals
aroused
arouser
arousers (current term)
arouses
arousing
arousingly
arousings
arow
aroyl
aroynt
aroynted
aroynting
aroynts
aroze
arpa
arpas
arpeggiate

Literary usage of Arousers

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

1. Collected Essays and Reviews by William James (1920)
"“Objects” are certainly the primitive arousers of instinctive reflex movements. But they take their place, as experience goes on, as elements in total ..."

2. Western Women in Eastern Lands: An Outline Study of Fifty Years of Woman's by Helen (Barrett) Montgomery (1910)
"In this hard-fought fight missionary women were the leaders, and the arousers of a public sense of shame. It was only after determined agitation that the ..."

3. A Text-book of Psychology by Edward Bradford Titchener (1910)
"“Objects' are certainly the primitive arousers of instinctive. reflex movements. But they take their place, as experience goes on, as elements in total ..."

4. Psychology by Burtis Burr Breese (1917)
"As James says: "Emotional objects are certainly the primitive arousers of instinctive reflex movements." In the second place, we do sense these bodily ..."

5. Prolegomena of the History of Religions by Albert Réville (1884)
"But their part, like their genius, is not to be compared with that of those powerful arousers of consciences which we have enumerated. ..."

6. Sporting Magazine edited by [Anonymus AC02751662] (1834)
"... and the fierce and more than eagle glance of his gazelle eye flashing its lightning for an instant in defiance on his arousers,) that proclaims the ..."

7. The Supernatural Factor in Religious Revivals by Luther Tracy Townsend (1877)
"It seems to me that the evangelists are not teachers of the people, but arousers; that their work is not to enlighten, but to move the people to follow out ..."

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