wakening


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Synonyms for wakening

the act of waking

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The experimenter scored agreement scored if both parents stated the same number of wakening for that night.
When despite it all the sap and strengthening sun plays conjuring tricks with a band of wakening young leaves and the massed ranks of bluebells sing their resounding song
He said the ship no longer started its engines at 5am, wakening him and his wife Christine, 43.
A similar wakening was occurring in cities around neighborhood gardens scratched into back alleys and abandoned lots.
Camellia herself is out of place, yet this alien land provides the dramatic backdrop for her wakening, as she discovers deep reservoirs of strength and wisdom.
If the baby doesn't make this association, normal night wakening will not result in crying and prolonged periods of arousal.
Belfast Crown Court heard the victims were only saved "by some good luck" when 31-year-old Roy Martin Kerr set himself alight and screamed in agony, wakening the family.