reawaken


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reawaken

(ˌriːəˈweɪkən)
vb
1. to emerge or rouse from sleep
2. to become or make aware of (something) again

reawaken


Past participle: reawakened
Gerund: reawakening

Imperative
reawaken
reawaken
Present
I reawaken
you reawaken
he/she/it reawakens
we reawaken
you reawaken
they reawaken
Preterite
I reawakened
you reawakened
he/she/it reawakened
we reawakened
you reawakened
they reawakened
Present Continuous
I am reawakening
you are reawakening
he/she/it is reawakening
we are reawakening
you are reawakening
they are reawakening
Present Perfect
I have reawakened
you have reawakened
he/she/it has reawakened
we have reawakened
you have reawakened
they have reawakened
Past Continuous
I was reawakening
you were reawakening
he/she/it was reawakening
we were reawakening
you were reawakening
they were reawakening
Past Perfect
I had reawakened
you had reawakened
he/she/it had reawakened
we had reawakened
you had reawakened
they had reawakened
Future
I will reawaken
you will reawaken
he/she/it will reawaken
we will reawaken
you will reawaken
they will reawaken
Future Perfect
I will have reawakened
you will have reawakened
he/she/it will have reawakened
we will have reawakened
you will have reawakened
they will have reawakened
Future Continuous
I will be reawakening
you will be reawakening
he/she/it will be reawakening
we will be reawakening
you will be reawakening
they will be reawakening
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been reawakening
you have been reawakening
he/she/it has been reawakening
we have been reawakening
you have been reawakening
they have been reawakening
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been reawakening
you will have been reawakening
he/she/it will have been reawakening
we will have been reawakening
you will have been reawakening
they will have been reawakening
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been reawakening
you had been reawakening
he/she/it had been reawakening
we had been reawakening
you had been reawakening
they had been reawakening
Conditional
I would reawaken
you would reawaken
he/she/it would reawaken
we would reawaken
you would reawaken
they would reawaken
Past Conditional
I would have reawakened
you would have reawakened
he/she/it would have reawakened
we would have reawakened
you would have reawakened
they would have reawakened
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.reawaken - awaken once again
awaken, wake up, waken, rouse, wake, arouse - cause to become awake or conscious; "He was roused by the drunken men in the street"; "Please wake me at 6 AM."

reawaken

verb
To rouse from a state of inactivity or quiescence:
Translations

reawaken

[ˈriːəˈweɪkən]
A. VTvolver a despertar

reawaken

[ˌriːəˈweɪkən] vt [+ feelings, memories, interest] → réveiller; [+ debate] → raviver

reawaken

vt personwiedererwecken; love, passion, interestneu erwecken
viwieder aufwachen; (interest, love, passion)wieder aufleben, wieder erwachen

reawaken

[ˌriːəˈweɪkn]
2. virisvegliarsi, ridestarsi

reawaken

v. volver a despertar.
References in classic literature ?
In spite of their increased intelligence and the tendency of their animal instincts to reawaken, they had certain fixed ideas implanted by Moreau in their minds, which absolutely bounded their imaginations.
But when he awoke in the still morning darkness he found it impossible to reawaken his evening thoughts; it was as if they had been tired out and were not to be roused to further work.
To call Edward he must reawaken the echo of that room which now appeared like a sepulchre; to speak seemed like violating the silence of the tomb.
He was waiting for some word of under- standing from his father but when Ebenezer spoke his words only served to reawaken the wrath in the son and the young man ran out of the store without replying.
The ugliest man is to blame for it all: he hath reawakened him.
My suspicions had been thoroughly reawakened on finding Black Dog at the Spy- glass, and I watched the cook narrowly.
This voice, the sound of which reached D'Artagnan, reawakened in his heart a thousand sentiments, a thousand recollections that he had forgotten.
She saw them undressing in the orange light of the vanished sun, which flushed their forms with its colour; she dozed again, but she was reawakened by their voices, and quietly turned her eyes towards them.
"To do with it!" The gleam of reawakened desire lit up his face.
This visit of the jailer, his brutal threats, and the gloomy prospect of the harshness with which, as he had before experienced, Gryphus watched his prisoners, -- all this was unable to extinguish in Cornelius the sweet thoughts, and especially the sweet hope, which the presence of Rosa had reawakened in his heart.
When he returned with his basket leaking, but still half-full, Arthur looked at him with a more thoroughly reawakened consciousness.
However low a man may sink, honor and chivalry, has he ever possessed them, are never entirely eradicated from his character, and though Albert Werper had long since ceased to evidence the slightest claim to either the one or the other, the spontaneous acknowledgment of them which the girl's speech had presumed had reawakened them both within him.