[ UK /ɹˈiːwe‍ɪkən/ ]
[ US /ˌɹiəˈweɪkən/ ]
  1. awaken once again
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How To Use reawaken In A Sentence

  • The difficulties of the next year or two will, no doubt, reawaken the pro-euro lobby.
  • There's been a reawakening of interest in heirloom melons among home gardeners.
  • Last year the junior football side managed by John Creedon and the junior hurling side managed by John Egan reawakened much interest.
  • It's not helped that the flight seems to have reawakened my cold, so I'm fluey and all achey. Breakfast in Bed
  • For example, during Reiko's struggle for sexual liberation, the mysterious stranger indeed helps knock down the walls of her repression and reawakens her own desires, which takes about half an hour of film time.
  • At these positions, although the trigger works fine, and the transposon is silenced, once the trigger is lost, the transposon reawakens, said Jaswinder Singh, a professor in the Plant Sciences Department at McGill University, and lead author of the new article. Can't We All Be Friends?
  • Presumably Don's voyage into his past and around the country reawakens his interest in life.
  • Only the dissolution of my marriage and my subsequent sole parenthood has reawakened my interest.
  • To reawaken memories of Miller's, the neighborhood delicatessen of my childhood, I need only the smell of sour pickles in a barrel.
  • He said: ‘The introduction of the London congestion charge has reawakened interest in the model.’
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