|incite or arouse||whomp up|
|a poke, incite somebody to action, incitement to action, poke somebody or something, thrust, jab; rod, staff, long pointed instrument, poking instrument, spur, urge, goad; poke, push, thrust; stimulate, incite; energize, rouse||prod|
|ability to inspire dread, arouse respect or fear, amaze, intimidate, cause awe in somebody, fright; respect, veneration, mixture of wonder and dread||awe|
|act as parent or guardian to somebody, act of increasing, call something up, cause something, cause something to swell up, collect something together, contact somebody by radio, direct something at higher angle, elevate, lift; excite, arouse; cause, br...||raise|
|act of stirring, arouse feeling, be able to be stirred, be felt, commotion, goad into action, happen, leave, make circular movements in a liquid with an object, agitate, mix; move, set in motion; arouse, awake, bestir; stimulate, provoke, incite; affec...||stir|
|act of teasing, arouse physical desire without giving satisfaction, backcomb, deliberately annoy or irritate, make fun of somebody, make hair look thicker, one who mocks or taunts; act of mocking; annoyance, nuisance, person who teases sexually, persua...||tease|
|advise somebody strongly, advocate something earnestly, encourage somebody or something, excite somebody, incite, provoke, goad; impel, encourage; plead; advise, strong instinctual desire, drive; impulse, itch; act of urging, strong need||urge|
|alert, not sleeping, arouse feelings, arouse somebody, aware of something, become or make somebody aware, emerge from sleep, not asleep, wake, arouse (someone); be woken up, be aroused (i.e. from sleep)||awake|
|alive, living; full of life; lively, cause to live, full of liveliness, inspire somebody, make alive; arouse; inspire; excite, make lively, make somebody active, physically alive, present something using animation techniques||animate|
|allure, entice, tantalize, seduce, incite desire, incite to transgression, invite, risk||tempt|
|anger, irritate, annoy; incite, instigate; stimulate, arouse; cause, induce, bring out, be the cause of an activity, elicit a response, incite something, make somebody feel angry, stir somebody to emotion||provoke|
|arouse again, excite again, restimulate||rearouse|
|arouse anger in somebody, attack or violate, fury, offensive act, rape, violate accepted standards of decency; commit an atrocity; offend; incite a response of great rage with an offensive act; rape (Literary), violation of the accepted standards of de...||outrage|
|arouse emotion in, heat gas until it burns, light fire or begin to burn, set on fire, kindle; start to burn||ignite|
|arouse feelings in, excite, inflame, fill with enthusiasm||impassion|
|arouse from sleep, awake||woke up|
|arouse public interest, make somebody anxious, move something violently, stir up, disturb; perturb, excite; cause turmoil and unrest; cause to move in an irregular manner, shake||agitate|
|arouse response in somebody, burn something, kindle, ignite, light, set on fire; arouse passion, excite||enkindle|
|arouse somebody, behave in calculated way, make somebody excited, operate switch to start something, react aggressively to somebody, set something to on position, take illegal drugs||turn on|
|arouse, ask for, attempt to summon demon, call upon greater power, requests help or protection (from a deity); summon a spirit through witchcraft; request, make an appeal; pray; activate a command, cause a certain action (Computers), use in support||invoke|
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