Nghĩa của từ roused bằng Tiếng Anh

verb
1
bring out of sleep; awaken.
she was roused from a deep sleep by a hand on her shoulder
synonyms: wake wake up awaken arouse waken
2
cause to feel angry or excited.
the crowds were roused to fever pitch by the drama of the race
3
stir (a liquid, especially beer while brewing).
rouse the beer as the hops are introduced

Đặt câu với từ "roused"

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1. He roused the masses with his oratory.

2. Nicky roused her with a gentle nudge.

3. The pain roused him from his drunken stupor.

4. Her sensuous grace roused his lustful nature.

5. The phone suddenly roused her from slumber.

6. 13 Paul strode forward, roused to anger.

7. She roused herself stiffly from her chair.

8. It roused a feeling of rebellion in him.

9. His words roused a great rage inside her.

10. He was roused to action by courageous words.

11. He was roused by the doorbell at daybreak.

12. She is quickly roused ——she soon boils up.

13. 7 He was roused by the doorbell at daybreak.

14. Cause to be Agitated, excited, or roused 3

15. The goal roused the crowd to fever pitch .

16. Boarder issues roused great controversy among many countries.

17. He roused up from sleep when the bugle sounded.

18. Where the masses are not roused, work will stagnate.

19. A persistent ringing roused Christina from a pleasant dream.

20. Gasoline shortage roused tempers and hoarding in the United States.

21. Their rejection of these measures roused the people to indignation.

22. The creak and click of door and padlock roused Midnight.

23. 1 The pain roused him from his drunken stupor.

24. 20 I was roused by the sound of a bell.

25. 4 She was roused to anger by his insulting remarks.

26. He came to the door, evidently just roused from his bed.

27. The news of the murder of Rosa Luxemburg roused great indignation.

28. 25 A persistent ringing roused Christina from a pleasant dream.

29. Her mother's voice in the corridor roused her from an angry trance.

30. 20 The noise of someone banging at the door roused her from her stupor.

31. The crowd had been roused to fever pitch by the drama of the game.

32. He roused himself from his lazy contemplation of the scene beneath him.

33. 15 I smiled at their antics and immediately Kovacs's suspicions were roused.

34. The Antinational tone and the attack on foreign policy immediately roused the crowd

35. By the time the town constabulary had been roused, Feliks had melted away.

36. Four feet eleven inches of skin and bone, but a terrible sight to behold when roused.

37. 12 “Let the nations be roused and come up to the Valley* of Je·hoshʹa·phat;

38. The lamentable weakness of the words roused a motion of pity in Lily's breast.

39. 6 Quite by chance Adonis'hunting dogs found a boar, which roused Adonis to enthusiasm.

40. Synonyms for Awaked include awakened, woke, waked, woken, stirred, roused, aroused, wakened, woke up and waked up

41. Cheek and neck, Bedabbling her pretty little white cloaK, she roused herself like a flash

42. Synonyms for Buoyed include excited, thrilled, exhilarated, roused, stirred, animated, enlivened, enthused, stimulated and delighted

43. 16 He roused to a touch on his shoulder and Abul Ismail stood at his side.

44. In spite of Lucaris’ precautions, that translation roused a storm of disapproval from many bishops.

45. Synonyms for Allured include excited, aroused, attracted, titillated, enticed, inflamed, roused, beguiled, charmed and seduced

46. Roused, the Monsignor hiked the skirt of his voluminous cassock and lumbered up to the podium.

47. 27 However, over scientific matters he could be roused to considerable passion and was often tactless.

48. Rockford is roused from his sleep by Los Angeles' finest, handcuffed and hauled to the precinct.

49. For an hour Mr. Arley sat in a brown study , then roused himself and went out.

50. The slightest word of greeting roused them to stand, bow graciously and offer a cup of coffee.