Sentence for arouse | Use arouse in a sentence

Sentences for arouse. The sentences below are ordered by length from shorter and easier to longer and more complex. They use arouse in a sentence, providing visitors a sentence for arouse.

  • The landlady came up herself to arouse the fire. (10)
  • The landlady came up herself to arouse the fire. (22)
  • It is bound anyway to arouse animosity and have a calamitous effect. (21)
  • He spoke in muffled tones, so as not to arouse the attention of the servants. (12)
  • Laughter, with so much to arouse it, hardly had any foothold within me to stir my wits. (10)
  • She loves also the things that arouse and sting, but they must neither burden nor bind her. (12)
  • It was, in fact, too severe a test for human nature and the feelings which Church ought to arouse. (8)
  • In brief, they must try to arouse his horror, or indignation, or pity, or simply his lust for slaughter. (16)
  • Far from arousing an emotion in him, it would arouse only ennui, which is the very antithesis of emotion. (16)
  • What he does may arouse the horror of the morally immature; I, too, I confess, find the motivation obscure and difficult. (12)
  • His first aim is to arouse suspicion, to break down the presumption of innocence—supposing, of course, that he finds it to exist. (16)
  • A withholding from the scene will naturally arouse disturbing wishes; but to be present lulls; for then we live, we are in our element. (10)

Also see sentences for: animate, awake, awaken, excite, goad, provoke, revive.

Definition of arouse:

  • arouse, a-rowz’, v.t. and v.i. same as rouse. | ns. arouse, arous’al (_rare_).(0)

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