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to cease sleeping

to induce or elicit (a reaction or emotion)

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It is the demand that we do something about the event that arouses our bodies and produces feelings--or what we call emotions--and, if we do not restrain ourselves, usually produces detestable behavior.
The Dalai Lama arouses much respect around the world as the spiritual leader of Tibetans and as a champion of independence for his people.
This quaint culture arouses general sympathy abroad as long as one does not have to live there.
The ex-gay movement arouses among many gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgendered people, like me, as much compassion as its blatant lies arouse anger.
Natal and VanDecar may find themselves in a hot spot of their own as their controversial claim arouses debate among geophysicists.
Yet it is easily accepted by white Americans while rap arouses alarm and calls for labeling.