Sinonimi di rouse
1 (verbo )
to wake upShe roused him at 8.30.
2 (verbo )
to provoke or exciteHe did more to rouse the crowd than anybody else.
I only take on work that excites me.
These stories surprised and moved me.
He apologized, saying this subject always aroused him.
I was intrigued by him, stirred by his intellect.
I didn't want to disturb you.
The decision to allow more construction angered the residents.
There was little about the game to animate the crowd.
a tactic to prod the government into spending more on education
She felt both exhilarated and disturbed by what had just happened.
The thought of them inheriting all these things agitated her.
inflame, , ,
They hold the rebels responsible for inflaming the villagers.
The appeal has galvanized them into taking positive action.
3 (verbo )
It roused a feeling of rebellion in her.
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in the sense of agitate
to excite, disturb, or troubleThe thought of them inheriting all these things agitated her.
in the sense of anger
to make (someone) angryThe decision to allow more construction angered the residents.
get on someone's nerves (informal),
get someone's back up,
piss someone off (taboo, slang),
put someone's back up,
nark (British, Australian, New Zealand, slang),
make someone's blood boil,
get in someone's hair (informal),
get someone's dander up (informal)
in the sense of animate
to make livelyThere was little about the game to animate the crowd.
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