rouse

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To pull by main strength; to haul
to wake or be awoken from sleep, or from apathy
an official ceremony over drinks

Re-speaking earthly thunder. - Hamlet by William Shakespeare, act 1 scene 2 lines 127-128.

to provoke (someone) to anger or action
The sounding of a bugle in the morning after reveille, to signal that soldiers are to rise from bed, often the rouse
an arousal
{v} to stir up, excite, wake
{n} too much liquor, a wile, a trick, deceit
To be exited to thought or action from a state of indolence or inattention
To awake from sleep or repose
To get or start up; to rise
To make a yeast starter using sterile wort and N to G of the normal pitching slurry
force or drive out; "The police routed them out of bed at 2 A M "
(A) A contraction of carousal, a drinking bout (Swedish, rus; Norwegian, ruus, drunkenness; Dutch, roes, a bumper ) Rouse (1 syl ) “The king doth wake to-night, and takes his rouse ” Shakespeare: Hamlet, i 4
(A) A contraction of carousal a drinking bout (Swedish, rus; Norwegian, ruus, drunkenness; Dutch, roes, a bumper ) Rouse (1 syl ) “The king doth wake to-night, and takes his rouse ” Shakespeare: Hamlet, i 4
A bumper in honor of a toast or health
If something or someone rouses you, they make you very emotional or excited. He did more to rouse the crowd there than anybody else Ben says his father was good-natured, a man not quickly roused to anger or harsh opinions. + rousing rous·ing a rousing speech to the convention in support of the president. = stirring
To put in motion; to stir up; to agitate
when a hawk fluffs and shakes its feathers
A carousal; a festival; a drinking frolic
If someone rouses you when you are sleeping or if you rouse, you wake up. Hilton roused him at eight-thirty by rapping on the door When I put my hand on his, he stirs but doesn't quite rouse. = wake
To wake from sleep or repose; as, to rouse one early or suddenly
To pull or haul strongly and all together, as upon a rope, without the assistance of mechanical appliances
cause to become awake or conscious; "He was roused by the drunken men in the street"; "Please wake me at 6 AM "
To raise; to make erect
If you rouse yourself, you stop being inactive and start doing something. She seemed to be unable to rouse herself to do anything He roused himself from his lazy contemplation of the scene beneath him
cause to be agitated, excited, or roused; "The speaker charged up the crowd with his inflammatory remarks"
To cause to start from a covert or lurking place; as, to rouse a deer or other animal of the chase
become active; "He finally bestirred himself"
{f} wake up, awaken, stir into action; inflame, enthuse; annoy, irritate
If something rouses a feeling in you, it causes you to have that feeling. It roused a feeling of rebellion in him
To excite to lively thought or action from a state of idleness, languor, stupidity, or indifference; as, to rouse the faculties, passions, or emotions
roused
Simple past tense and past participle of rouse
rouser
One who rouses another from sleep
rouser
Something very exciting or great
rousing
Present participle of rouse
rousing
That rouses or excites

rousing music.

rouser
{n} one who rouses, one who stirs up
Rous
{i} family name; Francis Peyton Rous (1879-1970), United States pathologist who won the Nobel prize in Physiology or Medicine in 1966 for discovering viruses that cause tumors
Rous
American pathologist. He shared a 1966 Nobel Prize for his discovery of tumor-producing viruses
To rouse
daw
rous
United States pathologist who discovered viruses that cause tumors (1879-1970)
roused
past of rouse
roused
angry
rouser
A stirrer in a copper for boiling wort
rouser
One who, or that which, rouses
rouser
someone who rouses others from sleep
rouser
{i} one who wakes up, one who awakens; one who inflames, one who excites; one who irritates, one who annoys
rouses
third-person singular of rouse
rousing
A rousing good fire Rousing means large, great; hence a rousing falsehood (mendacium magnificum)
rousing
the act of arousing; "the purpose of art is the arousal of emotions"
rousing
Having power to awaken or excite; exciting
rousing
{s} stirring, stimulating, exciting; powerful, vigorous, energetic
rousing
Very great; violent; astounding; as, a rousing fire; a rousing lie
rousing
rousing to activity or heightened action as by spurring or goading; "tossed a rousing political comment into the conversation" capable of arousing enthusiasm or excitement; "a rousing sermon"; "stirring events such as wars and rescues
rousing
That rouses or rouse
rousing
capable of arousing enthusiasm or excitement; "a rousing sermon"; "stirring events such as wars and rescues"
rousing
a rousing song, speech etc makes people feel excited and eager to do something
rousing
Creating turbulence by agitation, stirring or mixing
rousing
rousing to activity or heightened action as by spurring or goading; "tossed a rousing political comment into the conversation"
rousing
capable of arousing enthusiasm or excitement; "a rousing sermon"; "stirring events such as wars and rescues
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