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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of arouse.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. emotionally stimulated.
- adj. brought to a state of great psychological tension.
- adj. stimulated to a state of awareness and interest.
- adj. sexually aroused; feeling a strong urge for sexual activity.
- adj. excessively affected by emotion; -- of persons.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. aroused to action
- adj. feeling great sexual desire
- adj. (of persons) excessively affected by emotion
- adj. brought to a state of great tension
- adj. keenly excited (especially sexually) or indicating excitement
- adj. emotionally aroused
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When the new French play "L'Article 47" was announced, the title aroused any amount of curiosity.
The title aroused much discussion, and Forster said he thinks it might be a positive thing for the movie.
Interest was once again aroused in her work, and although they had long since fallen out as lovers, Nin contacted Miller after fifteen years of silence to ask if she could publish their letters.
In 2008 with charisma galore Palin aroused an adoring pubilc when she energized the McCain campaign.
I do a fair amount of self-Googling to see how my columns are doing, so I grimaced when someone sharing my name aroused brief indignation for his comments about Barack Obama and John McCain.
The fact remains that the mere sound of her name aroused in the Baron the most violent rage, provoked the most eloquent but the most terrible philippics.
The intensity in his expression aroused the passion simmering inside her.
Obviously this answer, especially coming in English, aroused the person's suspicion, for he quickly turned on his heels and walked back in the direction from which he had come.
Well, Gentlemen, I did not intend to speak half as long as this -- but the fact of the matter is that Mr. Martin aroused so many reflections upon this question which did not occur to me before I came, that I have been tempted to speak far too much.
The messages, written in the plainest of plain English, aroused the people of the city to the way in which they had been robbed by dishonest officials, they rallied behind him, and his reputation was made.