waking up

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Synonyms for waking up

the act of waking

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There's one thing about waking up as a former BHS employee you don't know if you're going to have enough of a pension to keep you in old age.
She sleeps less deeply, with an alertness to your presence and waking up more often, even when you are right next to her.
Insomnia: Inability to fall asleep, inability to stay asleep, waking up too early.
Seattle is slowly waking up to the possibilities of public transit, and there's a growing consensus that when it grows up it should be just like its sister to the south, Portland.
Start-ups are waking up to the fact that building brand awareness is not the same as building brand value.
Hollywood, the heart of age discrimination, is just waking up to the fact that grown-ups want movies to go to,'' says Nancy Griffin, new West Coast editor of AARP the Magazine, which recently featured Kevin Spacey, Cybil Shepherd and Anthony Hopkins on its cover.