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1) It's time to rouse them.
2) I usually rouse at six in the morning.
3) You must rouse yourself to action.
4) It's time to rouse the children.
5) I didn't want to rouse you from your slumbers.
6) The speaker tried to rouse the masses.
7) Richard couldn't rouse himself to say anything in reply.
8) We don't want to rouse any suspicions.
9) He did more to rouse the crowd there than anybody else.
10) The speaker attempted to rouse the crowd with a cry for action.
11) She tried to rouse him from the torpor into which he had sunk.
12) The uproar was enough to rouse both the quick and the dead.
13) She seemed to be unable to rouse herself to do anything.
14) Both he and Rouse executives declined further comment.
15) We tried to rouse him but to no effect.
16) Rouse owned the 100 backstroke, owned the world record.
17) Expressions of pain as the examination takes place rouse irritation or accusations of neurosis.
18) If the deal is completed, Rouse would immediately become a dominant force in the future development of Las Vegas.
19) The project is a NASA scheme to rouse interest in science and space.
20) Rouse and Hughes Co. executives declined to comment on the negotiations.
21) But here and there, societies rouse themselves to break the mould.
22) He had slumped into a state of torpor from which nothing could rouse him.
23) We have to shake him for a long while to rouse him from his sleep.
24) When I put my hand on his, he stirs but doesn't quite rouse.
25) How many times had she reached out to him, trying to rouse the passion they used to share?
26) He found Paula fast asleep in bed, and nothing would rouse her.
27) Disappointed, they may revert to leaving him alone before trying to rouse him again a few hours or days later.
28) One by one, they drifted into slumber,[http://sentencedict.com/rouse.html] becoming ever more difficult to rouse.
29) They are fierce and noble warriors and though the dragons are few they can still rouse some in times of great need.
30) Take a dry, dormant savanna, desert or thorn scrub and rouse it into spring with rising temperatures.
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