wake

2 ENTRIES FOUND:

wake

verb

Definition of WAKE

1
to cause to stop sleeping <my banging around in the kitchen woke my wife>
Synonyms arouse, awake, awaken, knock up [British], rouse, waken
Near Antonyms hypnotize, mesmerize
Antonyms lull
2
to cease to be asleep <I woke with a start when the door slammed>
Near Antonyms catnap, conk (off or out), doze, drop off, nap, nod, rest, sleep, slumber, snooze; bed (down), couch, doss (down) [chiefly British], flop, kip (down) [British], retire, sack out, turn in; lie up, sleep in; oversleep
3
to give notice to beforehand especially of danger or risk <a public service announcement designed to wake people to the dangers of aggressive driving>
Near Antonyms imperil, risk

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