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to cease sleeping

to induce or elicit (a reaction or emotion)

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But his poetry also aims to arouse feelings of disgust, rage, and indignation, to coax out feelings of sadness, loneliness and vulnerability, and to infect his listeners with his expressed passion, ecstasy, and child-like wonderment at the mysteries and marvels of existence.
I don't need any help to shock, excite, or arouse curiosity.
Deputy governor Oleg Shlyk said: "Of course, a woman must attract a man's attention but not so much as to overstep norms and arouse not business-like but only animal instincts."
As you arouse your partner, you also will feel intense pleasure, and she won't only be more receptive, but more helpful during full sex, so the experience becomes equally pleasurable for both of you.
HALLOWEEN could arouse a man as much as a dose of Viagra, say researchers.
The Anna May/Tuesday comparison seems natural to the China Town Wishing Well with its 'border crossings' mixture of Christian statuary and Asian/Western design motifs." I can't help wondering whether in referring to "border crossings," or to the "formless" character of the objects and sites that arouse his interest, or just arouse him, Kelley isn't sending up a lot of recent critical language - language that often engages his work.
Few issues arouse the passions of computer programmers more than the relative merits of different programming languages, and the veteran language Fortran has certainly endured its share of criticism over the years.
A literal "illustration" would have been pornographic, but there is nothing pornographic, in the strict sense, about Mathews' text, since it does not seek to arouse the reader: its tone is cool, humorous, and affectionate.
Obstructive sleep apnea, a lull in breathing due to a temporarily collapsed throat, can arouse sufferers hundreds of times a night.
Wiener's supple works arouse our curiosity and stimulate our interest because they incessantly migrate from one strange association to another unforeseen connection, never resting for very long on anything with which our conscious minds are too familiar.
Still, it is not yet clear whether prior appraisal is always necessary to arouse emotions, say psychologists Paul Ekman and Wallace V.
Having joined Ar-Namys party, Akylbek Japarov presented the top priority actions plan for the nearest 100 days at this event.The public budget and over 20 billion budget deficit arouses big concerns now."Instability of banking and financial sectors also arouses concerns.
To be in her arms, arouses a special emotion - a feeling of being surrounded by affection, warmth, relaxing security, and a close association with this female body.
When you wonder what Washington bigshots worry about when they clearly are not worried about your problems, you may be sure that defending or securing a privileged parking place is high on the list that arouses their deepest feelings.
If they lose against a very partisan president dealing with a recession and a considerable problem in Iraq, who arouses enormous fury on the left, they will be in very serious trouble indeed.