Arouse in a Sentence

Definition of Arouse

to stimulate or provoke a reaction or response

Use Arouse in a sentence

After Sandy began asking her friends to lie about her whereabouts on the night of the crime, she began to arouse suspicion from the detective.

When my teacher said my name in class, it would arouse me from my daydreaming.

Prisoners realized that if they tried to escape by using the front door, they might arouse the guards in the tower.

When the clown enters the birthday party with his squeaks and honks, the noises arouse the toddlers.

Loud yelling outside my window seemed to arouse my dog from his deep sleep resulting in barking.

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