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(with reference to a feeling or state) emerge or cause to emerge again; awaken again.[no object] ‘a sense of community started to reawaken in the 1970s’[with object] ‘his departure reawakened deep divisions within the party’
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- ‘Most damaging of all is the rumour that the phone call that reawakened Newcastle's interest in Woodgate came from within the Leeds camp.’
- ‘‘In these circumstances he feels that to warn the duke or to search his premises would merely give him a valuable advertisement and reawaken interest in his propaganda,’ an official noted.’
- ‘Perhaps they are missing because, however important, they do not bear hard on the immediate question of social defeatism - on the deep changes that might reawaken and remoralize the nation.’
- ‘Only the dissolution of my marriage and my subsequent sole parenthood has reawakened my interest.’
- ‘Last year the junior football side managed by John Creedon and the junior hurling side managed by John Egan reawakened much interest.’
- ‘Recent events have reawakened all of us in varying degrees to the vastly interdependent nature of life here on our beautiful Earth.’
- ‘Her interest in medicine was reawakened when she had the opportunity to work in a rural Zairean hospital.’
- ‘Recent economic uncertainty has reawakened the need for companies of all sizes to review existing business models and concentrate on ‘cost control.’’
- ‘Presumably Don's voyage into his past and around the country reawakens his interest in life.’
- ‘Through music and dance we're trying to reawaken the voice within these people.’
- ‘As the late eighties approached interest in disco was reawakened.’
- ‘Beyond sentimentality and self-indulgence, these backward glances at a naïve landscape awaken - or reawaken - the conservationist within us.’
- ‘But the conflict had reawakened French interest in Italy, and in 1619 a dynastic marriage was concluded between Charles Emanuel's heir and Louis XIII's sister.’
- ‘As new imaging technologies offer us graphic evidence of the visible humanity of the growing fetus, our moral sentiments may be powerfully awakened or reawakened.’
- ‘If anyone can help to reawaken people's interest and support in Christianity, our new archbishop certainly can - and I wish him well in his new and elevated position.’
- ‘The growth of rhetorical criticism in recent years reawakened interest in rhetoric of the Roman empire.’
- ‘Brubeck helped reawaken an interest in jazz after the Second World War and sparked a new style which characterised American jazz in the 1950s and 60s.’
- ‘Fake photos or stories planted in the press might reawaken interest.’
- ‘Although this proposal came to nothing, it reawakened the interest of Furnivall and others in the Philological Society's own lapsed project for a new historical dictionary.’
- ‘He said: ‘The introduction of the London congestion charge has reawakened interest in the model.’’
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