Definition of 'waken'
Example sentences containing 'waken'
The bolts of the door to the outside world were stiff, sudden and, when he finally shifted them, created enough noise to waken the village.MOONDROP TO MURDER (2001) THE GREAT AND SECRET SHOW (2001)
The matter was urgent and he crept out, trying not to make the sort of noise which would waken fellow guests.DARE CALL IT TREASON (2001)
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