1 It needs live creatures like you to awaken it.
2 Edna sent her up into the house to awaken Robert.
3 There was a perpetual smile in his eyes, which seldom failed to awaken a corresponding cheerfulness in any one who looked into them and listened to his good-humored voice.
4 She would awaken him with a kiss.
5 Hawkeye listened while he coolly adjusted his flint and reloaded his rifle; but the sounds, wanting the extraneous assistance of scene and sympathy, failed to awaken his slumbering emotions.
The Last of the Mohicans By James Fenimore CooperContext Highlight In CHAPTER 12
6 Miss Ophelia had several times tried to awaken her maternal fears about Eva; but to no avail.
7 Mammy heard the words, and flew to awaken the servants.
8 The poor, worn-down, brutalized creatures, at first, could scarce comprehend this; but, when it was continued week after week, and month after month, it began to awaken long-silent chords in their benumbed hearts.
9 She was obliged to step over the bodies of the sleepers, who were lying close together, and every moment she was filled with renewed dread lest she should awaken them.
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10 She went as before to look for him, but he slept, and it was impossible to awaken him.
11 She found him sleeping heavily, and all her efforts to awaken him were of no avail.
12 Time was getting on, however, and Franz deemed it advisable to awaken Albert; but at the moment he prepared to proceed to his chamber, his friend entered the room in perfect costume for the day.
The Count of Monte Cristo By Alexandre DumasContext Highlight In Chapter 34. The Colosseum.
13 The noise of the door did not awaken her, and Monte Cristo gazed at her with affectionate regret.
The Count of Monte Cristo By Alexandre DumasContext Highlight In Chapter 90. The Meeting.
14 Each stroke of the oar seemed to awaken a new throng of ideas, which sprang up with the flying spray of the sea.
The Count of Monte Cristo By Alexandre DumasContext Highlight In Chapter 113. The Past.
15 He made some remarks about a door which shut badly, and the noise of which might awaken the sick woman; then he entered Fantine's chamber, approached the bed and drew aside the curtains.
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