unaroused

unaroused

(ˌʌnəˈraʊzd)
adj
1. not aroused or awakened from sleep
2. not aroused or excited
3. not aroused or stimulated sexually
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Behind the table lay the drunkard, still unaroused, only one foot visible to John.
people in an unaroused state underestimate the impact of being in an
Thus Ferber guides her readers through her novels, helping them comprehend the larger message of her novels within the local plots, which invariably center on a "woman in love with a drunkard," a man in some wayward form or another: a clever, energetic female protagonist with an unintelligent male boss, a shiftless son, a selfish husband whose sensitivities are unaroused by beauty or art.
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'sophisticating' this extremely sophisticated art out of all relation to its source and, in the same gestures, achieving a once-over-lightly loving-up betrayal of the unaroused body of all the rest of the music." Agee speaks of "vicious pseudo-folk": Those are the right words for the Coen brothers' re-creation of the Clancy Brothers and Tommy Makem's signature song, "The Auld Triangle," on their screen four eggshells smoothing away the all but suicidal regret of Brendan Behan's song about an Irish Republican about to be executed into an exercise in hitting notes, a vile moment that is uglier than what happens in Llewyn Davis's performances, but not different.
To be unaroused means to be relaxed, sleepy or tired (Revelle & Loftus, 1992; Thayer, 1989).
What of their lucid calm, absence of hatred, magisterial equanimity, unaroused detachment?
In this regard, Beauman writes how Cynthia's husband consistently "left her unaroused" (184), and when Beb returns for a short leave, Cynthia's diary comment echoes the faint praise by Daphne, as if her husband is a cute and manageable pet: "Beb was at his very darlingest" (458).
Parts II and III present the results of two jury simulation studies in which mock jurors evaluated the credibility of witnesses and the defendant's culpability in a robbery-murder case, where the key eyewitness was described as highly aroused or relatively unaroused. Part IV concludes with a discussion of the results' implications for the role of expert testimony on eyewitness reliability at trial.
If your paranoia remains unaroused, check out the back cover, where large boldface letters at the top ask, "WHAT DO YOU BELIEVE ABOUT AMERICA?" This is followed by a series of sub-questions, in somewhat smaller type, beginning with "Do you believe the Catholic Church should be actively intervening in American politics on the side of the Republican Party?" and ending with "Do you believe the United States should be a Christian nation?" Then, in larger boldface font again, "The theocons answer YES to all of these questions.
It simply means that, as a result of public opinion and consciousness being unaroused, we are content to remain under the present system ...
The god himself, however, is often depicted as unperturbed and unaroused, modeling the very civic order and discipline that his rituals unravel.