reawake

reawake

(ˌriːəˈweɪk)
vb (intr)
literary to awake again
References in classic literature ?
Only from without could reality impact upon him and reawake within him an awareness of reality.
Might it reawake the dying nerve if the family were living close against her eyes?
As Tolkien quips, the Elves themselves "are not busy with a plan to reawake religious devotion in Wootton" (100).
You now have a unique opportunity, in this decade of delivery, as you put it, to reawake and put life into the heritage potential of this country, not forgetting, of course, your home town of Merthyr Tydfil which many still consider a candidate for world heritage status.
One, they a reawake and, two, for a variety of reasons, we have to stop their medication because that is the best way we can find the targets which we need.
Mr Hague has been secretly praying, offering gifts at the shrine of St Margaret, for Old Labour to reawake and the caring, sharing socialists have kindly obliged.
Meanwhile, Berger's move may reawake an interest from Borussia Dortmund in Boro's Jamie Pollock.
This organism's formation is enhanced by the use of herbal preparations and biodynamic sprays which help to reawake the life force in the earth and in the plants
He reawakes and sets out to find Billie (Alyssa Milano), who he has decided is his soul mate.