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    1. Don’t worry, the situation will resolve itself in a moment,” Ackers said, thinking quickly that he now had to appear as normal as possible so as not to arouse too much suspicion and have the paper boy call in any authorities

    2. They’re usually easy to read and arouse

    3. It was only then that the male appendage had seemed to arouse her interest, so to speak!

    4. Subject Lines That Arouse Curiosity

    5. Anna knew how to arouse a boy and keep him aroused

    6. But all she managed to do was arouse Josh

    7. Allow Grey access to the Sacred Roots but do it in such a manner that it won't arouse his suspicion

    8. Log barges were selected for several reasons: they carried no crew who might otherwise stumble across the drug and, bound for Costa Rica, not the US or Europe, they would not arouse undue suspicion in the tightly monitored canal

    9. After two attempts to arouse life at 27 Green Lane with restrained door knocks, Jonno told Gareth, “You can always tell when you’re knocking on the door of an empty house

    10. Colling was not enthused with the prospect of the long walk back into Kracow, but realized that it would be necessary to gather their belongings, and that to do otherwise might arouse unwanted interest on the part of their landlady and others

    1. Indeed Ethereead was sleeping, but was aroused by the noise that

    2. by the author to become aroused

    3. Yes, Athens at night had a gentle buzz and for the first time I was in a city that actually aroused my curiosity

    4. She found herself suddenly aroused, feeling extremely sensual as she watched Tarak caress the blade

    5. He was aroused immediately

    6. Then he pulled her under the covers with him, and was aroused even more when she began to giggle

    7. and he suspected that she probably aroused feelings of

    8. was worried that he’d aroused his suspicions, but Leger

    9. Alan was able to have his arms around Desa and not get THAT aroused

    10. But now all my professional instincts were aroused

    1. Therefore, the would-be reformer will seek to promote public ―awareness‖ of some (erstwhile) non-issue by manufacturing a victim by planting seeds of ignorance and fear into the hearts and minds of the people in a manner that gradually arouses suspicion, resentment, anger and hate

    2. This is a sport that arouses the passions of kings and Arab princes

    3. And it arouses your passions too

    4. Q: What arouses interest?

    5. Another important building that arouses visitors’ interest is the turreted Casa Blanca or White House, built originally by disposition of the Padres Jerónimos to give to Juan Ponce de León

    6. Yet curiosity ultimately arouses me

    7. Her beauty arouses him to play the man; it draws out his

    8. The small waterfall remains usually alone occasionally receiving a guest in the form of a newly wed couple who are always in search of a lonely place to gratify their desires arousing intensely after marriage as the cool environment of Solan arouses the desire to have each other more

    9. it, but there is no doubt that this course of action arouses opposition in the

    10. arouses the hatred of Baron

    1. Avoid arousing activities before bedtime like working, paying bills, engaging in competitive games or family problem solving

    2. mutually arousing foreplay, and then into the act of penetration

    3. You can leave most of it in crumbs on your plate without arousing suspicion

    4. “Can you observe this settlement some more without arousing suspicion?” Elmore asked

    5. I could feel every curve of her body through the thin nightdress and I must admit that it was definitely arousing me

    6. However, they had to be very quiet in order to keep from arousing any suspicion by United States

    7. His room? What were they doing? What was she thinking of – arousing him that way?

    8. There was nothing so arousing as taking somebody’s life - he had taught her that

    9. Only in Costa Rica did they need to arrive without arousing suspicion, and Sal saw to it that they left Boston clean and straight

    10. She was really squirming around in my lap, and it was pretty arousing

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    Synonyms for "arouse"

    arouse awake awaken come alive wake wake up waken rouse brace energise energize perk up stimulate bring up call down call forth conjure conjure up evoke invoke put forward raise stir elicit enkindle fire kindle provoke excite sex turn on wind up arise get up animate spur coax stir up urge titillate incite

    "arouse" definitions

    call forth (emotions, feelings, and responses)

    stop sleeping

    summon into action or bring into existence, often as if by magic

    cause to be alert and energetic

    cause to become awake or conscious

    to begin moving

    stimulate sexually