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wake vb.:
1. fig. to arouse, excite Ado V. i. 102 “ your patience,” Mac. III. vi. 31, R2 I. iii. 132, Oth. I. iii. 30, III. iii. 364 “my wak'd wrath,” Lucr. 759.
2. to ‘turn night into day’ with revelling Ham. I. iv. 8 “doth . . . and takes his rouse,” Sonn. lxi. 13.
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