dihuno, nihunodihunent, dihuna’, dihunaf, dihunai, dihunais, dihunaist, dihunan, dihunant, dihunasai, dihunasant, dihunasech, dihuno, dihunasent, dihunasid, dihunasit, dihunasoch, dihunasom, dihunaswn, dihunech, dihuned, dihunem, dihunen, dihunoch, dihuner, dihunes, dihunest, dihunet, dihuni, dihunid, dihuniff, dihunir, dihunith, dihuna, dihunasem, dihunodd, dihunom, dihunon, dihunont, dihunwch, dihunwn, dihunwyd, dihunwyf, dihunych, ddihunent, ddihuna’, ddihunaf, ddihunai, ddihunais, ddihunaist, ddihunan, ddihunant, ddihunasai, ddihunasant, ddihunasech, ddihuno, ddihunasent, ddihunasid, ddihunasit, ddihunasoch, ddihunasom, ddihunaswn, ddihunech, ddihuned, ddihunem, ddihunen, ddihunoch, ddihuner, ddihunes, ddihunest, ddihunet, ddihuni, ddihunid, ddihuniff, ddihunir, ddihunith, ddihuna, ddihunasem, ddihunodd, ddihunom, ddihunon, ddihunont, ddihunwch, ddihunwn, ddihunwyd, ddihunwyf, ddihunych
Verb(1) call forth (emotions, feelings, and responses(2) stop sleeping(3) summon into action or bring into existence, often as if by magic(4) cause to be alert and energetic(5) cause to become awake or conscious(6) to begin moving(7) stimulate sexually
(1) Changes in timbre, in speed, in tone are intended to arouse feelings in the listener, such as passion or jealousy.(2) After doing so she brushed her teeth, and then attempted to arouse her siblings from sleep.(3) At home, if gentle stimulation fails to arouse the child, the caretaker should try more vigorous stimulation and provide CPR if necessary.(4) It came to power by making blood-curdling calls designed to arouse voters.(5) They arouse feelings of nostalgia, but are still manufactured for use today.(6) She held the box and stopped crying, falling into a deep sleep which hourly examinations could not arouse .(7) Even a normal, healthy body weight may arouse feelings of tension and panic.(8) The physical parts always feel very real to me, and arouse me.(9) Behind the ├ö├ç├┐safety├ö├ç├û of the performance space, dance figures are used to arouse the crowd through their animation of, most usually, the distinctly taboo.(10) At the same time, the economic processes at work in society arouse feelings of anxiety and apprehension among servicemen.(11) I can only hope that it may arouse interest, some sympathy and understanding for fellow human beings in wretched circumstances.(12) an ability to influence the audience and to arouse the masses(13) The aim seemed solely to arouse people emotionally and expose basic instincts without any component of catharsis or cleansing as was the norm with the calypso art-form of yesteryear.(14) We should realize that maybe the emergence of UPS will arouse us from a state of complacency and readies us for the grim challenges lying ahead.(15) Gradually, the patient spends more time sleeping during the day and at times is difficult to arouse .(16) Acts of this sort arouse every cultured person and no haziness or lack of clarity can excuse them.
(1) arouse interest :: ennyn diddordeb
1. induce ::
2. stir up ::
3. excite ::
5. wake up ::
6. stir ::
7. raise ::
9. perk up ::
roi bywyd newydd
1. lull ::
Different Formsarouse, aroused, arouses, arousing
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