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rewaken

verb re·wak·en \(ˌ)rē-ˈwā-kən\

Definition of REWAKEN

:  rewake

Examples of REWAKEN

  1. <soaring gas prices have rewakened a demand for more fuel-efficient cars>

First Known Use of REWAKEN

1638

Rhymes with REWAKEN

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