wake

[Example Sentences]:
1. Earth Day got its start in the wake of the Vietnam War protests of the 1960s.
2. The UK interest rate fell to 0.5% in the wake of the worldwide financial crisis in 2008.
3. The world you wake up to is very different to the one you left.
4. I wake up and start thinking about what more I should be doing.
5. I would wake up in the morning and think of jihad.
6. It has increased in the wake of the escape and two recent attacks.
7. I think the whole industry is starting to wake up to that.
8. The suit comes in the wake of problems Uber is facing in some countries.
9. I make sure I work out at least three times a week usually first thing when I wake up.
10. I can wake up and start up a church tomorrow.
11. It comes after federal salaries were frozen for three years in the wake of the financial crisis.
12. In the wake of the incident, police sealed off the site to search it for weapons.
13. In the wake of the crash, the Department of Justice opened an investigation into the incident.
14. PR agencies have to wake up to the fact that Google is now their competitor.
15. It is closed in the wake of the shutdown, and most of its staff has been furloughed.

[Antonyms]drowsy, sleepy, heedless

[Synonyms]watch, excite, arouse
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