waker

NOUN
  1. someone who rouses others from sleep
  2. a person who awakes
    an early waker
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How To Use waker In A Sentence

  • The reptile, which looks like an alligator, will be kept at the Dangerous Wild Animal Rescue Facility in Great Wakering where more than 400 exotic animals are homed.
  • New Atherton pro Mihir Diwaker showed he can bat as well as bowl with an unbeaten 86 in a 139-run walloping of Astley & Tyldesley.
  • So far the comments haven't mentioned the *other* lambs-quarters, Trillium erectum, also known colloquially as bethroot, birthroot, wakerobin, Indian balm, Indian shamrock, squaw root, and ground lily. languagehat.com: MUSKOGEAN AND LAMB'S-QUARTERS.
  • And when things have gone well, how the waker comforts himself among the bedclothes as he claims for himself to be whole all over, teres atque rotundus, — so to have managed his little affairs that he has to fear no harm, and to blush inwardly at no error! The Way We Live Now
  • The big-hearted owner of a taxi company was so moved by the plight of Wakering residents who had their tyres slashed by vandals he has offered half-price fares to everyone affected.
  • an early waker
  • The judge, Mr Justice Wakerley, said he was sentencing them on the basis that the attack was not racially motivated.
  • This is Link as he appears in games like the minish cap, wind waker, phantom hourglass and spirit tracks. Toon Link Papercraft | Papercraft Paradise | PaperCrafts | Paper Models | Card Models
  • As a group, members of the genus Trillium are commonly known as trillium, wakerobin, toadshade, squawroot, or carrion flower and they have recently gained interest as garden plants.
  • So far the comments haven't mentioned the *other* lambs-quarters, Trillium erectum, also known colloquially as bethroot, birthroot, wakerobin, Indian balm, Indian shamrock, squaw root, and ground lily. languagehat.com: MUSKOGEAN AND LAMB'S-QUARTERS.
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