Awakening synonyms

əwākəniŋ
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Sexual arousal.
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Something, such as a subscription, that is renewed.
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A reinstitution of a former will or deed that had been revoked by virtue of a later document. Of course, that later document must be destroyed or cancelled. Although some jurisdictions automatically recognize the earlier will upon the cancellation of the later one, most jurisdictions require its republication or some other affirmation.
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Paying close attention; alert or observant:
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Having knowledge or discernment of something:
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The definition of cognizant is being fully aware, informed or conscious of something.
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Intentionally conceived or done; deliberate:
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Acutely sensitive:
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Attentive; heedful:
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(Judaism) Designating or of a person who adheres strictly to traditional religious practices
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Mentally disposed; willing:
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Vigilant; alert:
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(Archaic) Wakeful; unsleeping
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Shrillness; high pitch; – said of sounds.
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The quality of being alert or on the alert; briskness; nimbleness; activity.
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The act of budding or sprouting
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The act of disenchanting or the state of being disenchanted
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The fact or state of being disillusioned
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The definition of an eye opener is something that makes you see a situation or the world differently, that makes you come to a realization or that forces you to change your perspective.
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Stimulation, excitement (of a feeling, emotion etc.).
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The result of an artistic effort.
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Attention or favorable notice:
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The quality or state of being vigilant; watchfulness
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(Intransitive) To stop sleeping.
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To become aware:
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The state or act of being asleep.
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A natural, reversible state of rest in most vertebrate animals, occurring at regular intervals and necessary for the maintenance of health. During sleep, the eyes usually close, the muscles relax, and responsiveness to external stimuli decreases. Growth and repair of the tissues of the body are thought to occur, and energy is conserved and stored. In humans and certain other animals, sleep occurs in five stages, the first four consisting of non-REM sleep and the last stage consisting of REM sleep . These stages constitute a sleep cycle that repeats itself about five times during a normal episode of sleep. Each cycle is longer that the one preceding it because the length of the REM stage increases with every cycle until waking occurs. Stage I is characterized by drowsiness, Stage II by light sleep, and Stages III and IV by deep sleep. Stages II and III repeat themselves before REM sleep (Stage V), which occurs about 90 minutes after the onset of sleep. During REM sleep, dreams occur, and memory is thought to be organized. In the stages of non-REM sleep, there are no dreams, and brain activity decreases while the body recovers from wakeful activity. The amount and periodicity of sleep in humans vary with age, with infants sleeping frequently for shorter periods, and mature adults sleeping for longer uninterrupted periods.
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The act of awaking, or ceasing to sleep.
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the act of waking
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To be or remain awake; not to sleep.
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To wake from sleep or stupor.
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To wake up.
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To wake or be awoken from sleep, or from apathy.
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To arouse the feelings or passions of
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To warn to be ready or watchful
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Animate is defined as to bring to life.
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To declare in the capacity of an umpire or referee:
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To stir up; instigate:
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To cause to light up; make bright
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The definition of hypnotize is to put into a state of consciousness where a person seems to be sleeping but can hear and is highly responsive to suggestions, or to completely capture the attention of someone.
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To render less intense, sensitive, or vigorous:
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A reawakening; renaissance; revival
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