waking up

NOUN
  1. the act of waking
    it was an early awakening
    it was the waking up he hated most
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How To Use waking up In A Sentence

  • He was afraid of waking up in the morning and finding that Jessie was dead.
  • Waking up to that news must certainly make a hangover feel better. The Sun
  • He wrote most of the songs on the album, once waking up at 6 a. m. with inspiration for lyrics.
  • My best moment was waking up on the day of the summer solstice last year. Times, Sunday Times
  • After waking up with a sore throat, slight fever, and aches all over, I'm now realizing it's a good day to be sick.
  • My mother's from Colombia, so I grew up waking up on Saturday mornings with my mom blaring cumbia merengue music, cleaning the house and skipping around.
  • My pet peeve for the day is waking up in the middle of the night, curled in a warm hollow under the blankets, relaxed and thinking dozily about blogs and mailing lists… and then the harsh bleep of my alarm ricocheting through the dark.
  • And in the afternoon we went for a row on the river, pulling easily up the anabranch and floating down with the stream under the shade of the river timber -- instead of going to sleep and waking up helpless and soaked in perspiration, to find the women with headaches, as many do on Children of the Bush
  • Although...the incoherence could be a side effect of my continued insomnia--I've been either lying awake until 4, or waking up at 2 for a few hours, almost every other night, even though I ran out of my exciting cough medicine last week. Ainmosni.
  • Waking up to that news must certainly make a hangover feel better. The Sun
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