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Antonym: asleepSimilar words: wake uptake awayawayawareawardawaitget awayin a wayMeaning: [ə'weɪk]  v. stop sleeping. adj. 1. not in a state of sleep; completely conscious 2. not unconscious; especially having become conscious 3. (usually followed by `to') showing acute awareness; mentally perceptive. 
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1. I was wide awake all night.
2. I hope he's awake now.
3. She was awake during the operation on her leg.
4. I know you're still awake.
5. I lay awake for much of the night.
6. He lies awake at night worrying about his job.
7. Suddenly he found himself awake and fully alert.
8. The traffic noise kept me awake.
9. The noise was keeping everyone awake.
10. I could not relax and still felt wide awake.
11. Don't worry! I shall awake him on time.
12. I lay awake all night.
13. At night, he lay awake beside her.
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14. I was glad to awake from such a nightmare.
15. He is awake to the serious problem.
16. I was finding it hard to stay awake.
17. She lay awake all night in torment.
18. The company is awake to these new developments.
19. I was still awake when he came to bed.
20. All men whilst they are awake are in one common world;but each of them,when he is asleep,is in a world of his own.
21. The howling of wild animals kept him awake night after night.
22. He likes to awake to the sound of a radio.
23. No, I was awake.
24. I find it so difficult to stay awake during history lessons.
25. He was the only one boy awake at that time.
26. The hypnotic state actually lies somewhere between being awake and being asleep.
27. Are the children still awake?
28. He lay awake watching her for a long time.
29. Sometimes my husband snores so loudly, it keeps me awake at night.
30. If I were the president of a university I should establish a compulsory course in "How to Use Your Eyes". The professor would try to show his pupils how they could add joy to their lives by really seeing what passes unnoticed before them. He would try to awake their dormant and sluggish faculties.
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