Aroused: definitions, synonyms, antonyms, examples and more!

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Meanings Frequency Definitions Examples Parts of Speech Synonyms Antonyms Hypernym Entailments Verb Group
arouse 14 Call forth (emotions, feelings, and responses) arouse pity, raise a smile, evoke sympathy Verb No Data No Data make No Data No Data
evoke 10 Call forth (emotions, feelings, and responses) arouse pity, raise a smile, evoke sympathy Verb No Data No Data make No Data No Data
wake up 8 Cause to become awake or conscious He was roused by the drunken men in the street, Please wake me at 6 AM. Verb No Data No Data change No Data No Data
awaken 8 Stop sleeping She woke up to the sound of the alarm clock Verb No Data No Data change state Sleep No Data
awaken 8 Cause to become awake or conscious He was roused by the drunken men in the street, Please wake me at 6 AM. Verb No Data cause to sleep change No Data No Data
wake up 7 Stop sleeping She woke up to the sound of the alarm clock Verb No Data fall asleep change state Sleep No Data
awake 7 Stop sleeping She woke up to the sound of the alarm clock Verb No Data No Data change state Sleep No Data
raise 7 Summon into action or bring into existence, often as if by magic raise the specter of unemployment, he conjured wild birds in the air, call down the spirits from the mountain Verb No Data No Data make No Data Provoke
elicit 6 Call forth (emotions, feelings, and responses) arouse pity, raise a smile, evoke sympathy Verb No Data No Data make No Data No Data
invoke 6 Summon into action or bring into existence, often as if by magic raise the specter of unemployment, he conjured wild birds in the air, call down the spirits from the mountain Verb No Data No Data make No Data Provoke
conjure up 5 Summon into action or bring into existence, often as if by magic raise the specter of unemployment, he conjured wild birds in the air, call down the spirits from the mountain Verb No Data No Data make No Data Provoke
excited 4 (of persons) excessively affected by emotion he would become emotional over nothing at all, she was worked up about all the noise Adjective agitated No Data No Data No Data No Data
stimulate 3 Cause to be alert and energetic Coffee and tea stimulate me, “This herbal infusion doesn’t stimulate” Verb No Data sedate affect No Data No Data
provoke 3 Call forth (emotions, feelings, and responses) arouse pity, raise a smile, evoke sympathy Verb No Data No Data make No Data No Data
arouse 3 Stop sleeping She woke up to the sound of the alarm clock Verb No Data No Data change state Sleep No Data
wake 3 Stop sleeping She woke up to the sound of the alarm clock Verb No Data No Data change state Sleep No Data
bring up 3 Summon into action or bring into existence, often as if by magic raise the specter of unemployment, he conjured wild birds in the air, call down the spirits from the mountain Verb No Data No Data make No Data Provoke
aflame 2 Keenly excited (especially sexually) or indicating excitement; – Bram Stoker his face all ablaze with excitement, he was aflame with desire Adjective passionate No Data No Data No Data No Data
arouse 2 Summon into action or bring into existence, often as if by magic raise the specter of unemployment, he conjured wild birds in the air, call down the spirits from the mountain Verb No Data No Data make No Data Provoke
arouse 2 Cause to become awake or conscious He was roused by the drunken men in the street, Please wake me at 6 AM. Verb No Data No Data change No Data No Data
arouse 2 Cause to be alert and energetic Coffee and tea stimulate me, “This herbal infusion doesn’t stimulate” Verb No Data No Data affect No Data No Data
raise 1 Call forth (emotions, feelings, and responses) arouse pity, raise a smile, evoke sympathy Verb No Data No Data make No Data No Data
wound up 1 Brought to a state of great tension all wound up for a fight Adjective tense No Data No Data No Data No Data
arouse 1 To begin moving, As the thunder started the sleeping children began to stir Verb No Data No Data move No Data No Data
aroused 1 Emotionally aroused No Data Adjective excited No Data No Data No Data No Data
energize 1 Cause to be alert and energetic Coffee and tea stimulate me, “This herbal infusion doesn’t stimulate” Verb No Data de-energize affect No Data No Data
fire 1 Call forth (emotions, feelings, and responses) arouse pity, raise a smile, evoke sympathy Verb No Data No Data make No Data No Data
wind up 1 Stimulate sexually This movie usually arouses the male audience Verb No Data No Data stimulate No Data No Data
come alive 1 Stop sleeping She woke up to the sound of the alarm clock Verb No Data No Data change state Sleep No Data
ablaze 1 Keenly excited (especially sexually) or indicating excitement; – Bram Stoker his face all ablaze with excitement, he was aflame with desire Adjective passionate No Data No Data No Data No Data
stir 1 Summon into action or bring into existence, often as if by magic raise the specter of unemployment, he conjured wild birds in the air, call down the spirits from the mountain Verb No Data No Data make No Data Provoke
aroused 1 Aroused to action the aroused opposition Adjective awakened No Data No Data No Data No Data
steamy 0 Feeling great sexual desire feeling horny Adjective sexy No Data No Data No Data No Data
aroused 0 Brought to a state of great tension all wound up for a fight Adjective tense No Data No Data No Data No Data
stimulated 0 Emotionally aroused No Data Adjective excited No Data No Data No Data No Data
stirred 0 Emotionally aroused No Data Adjective excited No Data No Data No Data No Data
stirred up 0 Emotionally aroused No Data Adjective excited No Data No Data No Data No Data
aroused 0 Keenly excited (especially sexually) or indicating excitement; – Bram Stoker his face all ablaze with excitement, he was aflame with desire Adjective passionate No Data No Data No Data No Data
emotional 0 (of persons) excessively affected by emotion he would become emotional over nothing at all, she was worked up about all the noise Adjective agitated No Data No Data No Data No Data
aroused 0 (of persons) excessively affected by emotion he would become emotional over nothing at all, she was worked up about all the noise Adjective agitated No Data No Data No Data No Data
aroused 0 Feeling great sexual desire feeling horny Adjective sexy No Data No Data No Data No Data
horny 0 Feeling great sexual desire feeling horny Adjective sexy No Data No Data No Data No Data
randy 0 Feeling great sexual desire feeling horny Adjective sexy No Data No Data No Data No Data
ruttish 0 Feeling great sexual desire feeling horny Adjective sexy No Data No Data No Data No Data
turned on 0 Feeling great sexual desire feeling horny Adjective sexy No Data No Data No Data No Data
rouse 0 Cause to become awake or conscious He was roused by the drunken men in the street, Please wake me at 6 AM. Verb No Data No Data change No Data No Data
turn on 0 Stimulate sexually This movie usually arouses the male audience Verb No Data No Data stimulate No Data No Data
brace 0 Cause to be alert and energetic Coffee and tea stimulate me, “This herbal infusion doesn’t stimulate” Verb No Data No Data affect No Data No Data
kindle 0 Call forth (emotions, feelings, and responses) arouse pity, raise a smile, evoke sympathy Verb No Data No Data make No Data No Data
waken 0 Stop sleeping She woke up to the sound of the alarm clock Verb No Data No Data change state Sleep No Data
conjure 0 Summon into action or bring into existence, often as if by magic raise the specter of unemployment, he conjured wild birds in the air, call down the spirits from the mountain Verb No Data No Data make No Data Provoke
evoke 0 Summon into action or bring into existence, often as if by magic raise the specter of unemployment, he conjured wild birds in the air, call down the spirits from the mountain Verb No Data No Data make No Data Provoke
call down 0 Summon into action or bring into existence, often as if by magic raise the specter of unemployment, he conjured wild birds in the air, call down the spirits from the mountain Verb No Data No Data make No Data Provoke
put forward 0 Summon into action or bring into existence, often as if by magic raise the specter of unemployment, he conjured wild birds in the air, call down the spirits from the mountain Verb No Data No Data make No Data Provoke
call forth 0 Summon into action or bring into existence, often as if by magic raise the specter of unemployment, he conjured wild birds in the air, call down the spirits from the mountain Verb No Data No Data make No Data Provoke
energise 0 Cause to be alert and energetic Coffee and tea stimulate me, “This herbal infusion doesn’t stimulate” Verb No Data de-energise affect No Data No Data
excite 0 Stimulate sexually This movie usually arouses the male audience Verb No Data No Data stimulate No Data No Data
perk up 0 Cause to be alert and energetic Coffee and tea stimulate me, “This herbal infusion doesn’t stimulate” Verb No Data No Data affect No Data No Data
wake 0 Cause to become awake or conscious He was roused by the drunken men in the street, Please wake me at 6 AM. Verb No Data No Data change No Data No Data
waken 0 Cause to become awake or conscious He was roused by the drunken men in the street, Please wake me at 6 AM. Verb No Data No Data change No Data No Data
enkindle 0 Call forth (emotions, feelings, and responses) arouse pity, raise a smile, evoke sympathy Verb No Data No Data make No Data No Data
stir 0 To begin moving, As the thunder started the sleeping children began to stir Verb No Data No Data move No Data No Data
arouse 0 Stimulate sexually This movie usually arouses the male audience Verb No Data No Data stimulate No Data No Data
sex 0 Stimulate sexually This movie usually arouses the male audience Verb No Data No Data stimulate No Data No Data
worked up 0 (of persons) excessively affected by emotion he would become emotional over nothing at all, she was worked up about all the noise Adjective agitated No Data No Data No Data No Data
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How many meanings does the word "Aroused" have?

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The word "Aroused" has 65 meanings. The most frequent meaning is arouse.

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What are the hyponyms for the word "Aroused"?

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The word "Aroused" has 552 hyponyms which are: arouse, assemble, bear, beat, beget, blast, bring, build, cause, chop, choreograph, clear, cleave, compose, construct, copy, create, create by mental act, create from raw material, create verbally, cut, derive, direct, distill, establish, film-make, film, form, froth, generate, give, grind, incorporate, institute, lay down, manufacture, offset, originate, prepare, press, produce, puncture, put on, raise, re-create, realize, recreate, regenerate, reproduce, scrape, short-circuit, strike, style, track, twine, accelerate, acerbate, acetylate, achromatize, activate, adjust, affect, age, alchemize, alcoholize, alkalinize, allegorize, alter, americanize, angulate, animize, antiquate, antique, archaize, arterialize, ash, assimilate, automatize, awaken, barb, barbarize, bestialize, better, blind, blister, blunt, blur, boil, break, break down, brighten, brutalize, bubble, calcify, camp, capture, cause to sleep, centralize, change intensity, change taste, charge, chasten, check, circularize, civilize, clarify, classicize, clean, clot, cloud, coarsen, cohere, color, commercialize, communize, commute, complicate, condense, confuse, constitutionalize, contaminate, conventionalize, convert, cook, cool, corrupt, counterchange, crack, cry, customize, damage, darken, de-emphasize, deaden, deaminate, decarboxylate, decelerate, decentralize, decimalize, decorate, decrease, decrepitate, deflate, deform, dehydrogenate, demagnetize, demist, democratize, demonize, demulsify, demythologize, denationalize, denaturalize, denature, deodorize, depersonalize, depolarize, desensitize, destabilize, detransitivize, devalue, develop, devilize, digitize, dinge, dirty, disable, discolor, disharmonize, disintegrate, disorder, disqualify, dissimilate, dissolve, diversify, dizzy, domesticate, dope, draw, dry, dull, dynamize, ease up, edit, embrittle, empty, emulsify, enable, end, equal, eroticize, estrange, etherealize, etiolate, europeanize, evaporate, even, excite, extend, exteriorize, fatten, feminize, fertilize, fill, fix, flatten, flocculate, freeze, frenchify, full, gelatinize, glamorize, glorify, habituate, harmonize, harshen, heat, hue, humanize, humble, hydrogenate, immaterialize, immortalize, inactivate, incandesce, increase, indispose, industrialize, inflate, inform, inseminate, insulate, intensify, internationalize, introvert, invalidate, invert, iodinate, ionate, islamize, isomerize, laicize, legitimate, lend, liberalize, lifehack, lift, liquefy, loosen, louden, lower, lubricate, magnetize, make, mark, masculinize, mechanize, militarize, mince, mix, morph, muddy, mythologize, nationalize, naturalize, nazify, neutralize, nick, normalize, obfuscate, obscure, occidentalize, officialize, opacify, opalize, opsonize, orientalize, ossify, outmode, oxidize, oxygenize, paganize, pall, parallel, patent, personalize, piggyback, plasticize, poison, polarize, politicize, port, professionalize, proof, prostrate, purify, put, radicalize, rarefy, rationalize, recombine, recommend, reconstruct, refine, reflate, reform, refresh, relax, remodel, restore, revolutionize, right, ripen, romanticize, round off, rusticate, sanitize, saponify, saturate, sauce, schematize, scramble, sensitize, sentimentalize, set, sexualize, shade, shake, shallow, shape, sharpen, shift, shorten, simplify, slenderize, smut, sober, socialize, soften, solemnize, solvate, spice, spike, sputter, stabilize, stain, steepen, stiffen, still, straighten, strengthen, string, substitute, suburbanize, supercharge, supple, suspend, sweeten, switch, symmetrize, synchronize, tame, tender, tense, territorialize, thicken, think, tighten, tone down, touch, transaminate, transfigure, transform, transitivize, translate, transmute, transpose, turn, turn back, uglify, unclutter, uniformize, unite, unsanctify, unscramble, unsex, untie, untune, urbanize, validate, variegate, vascularize, ventilate, verbify, vesiculate, visualize, vitalize, vitrify, vivify, volatilize, vulgarise, warm, weaken, weaponize, wet, widen, worsen, acidify, alkalize, be born, become, burn, calm, carbonize, carnify, catalyze, chondrify, citrate, close, cloud over, coke, come to, conceive, concentrate, cross-fertilize, curdle, denitrify, die, disengage, dress, emaciate, emancipate, equilibrate, erupt, esterify, etherify, explode, fall, fluctuate, gain, get into, get worse, homogenize, integrate, ionize, open, overgrow, precipitate, react, reduce, secularize, sorb, sour, thin, thrive, thrombose, wake up, zonk out, attack, cramp, intoxicate, jaundice, register, sedate, stimulate, ulcerate, assume, bob, bolt, brush, buck, bustle, cant, careen, churn, climb, crash, cut to, dance, diverge, dodge, drop back, duck, exit, falter, fidget, flex, flinch, fling, flip, flow, flurry, fly, get down, grab, gravitate, heave, hit the dirt, hop, hop on, jerk, jolt, jump, linger, list, lunge, lurch, make way, mill, mope, move back and forth, move involuntarily, move over, nod, pulsate, putter, quicken, reach, reciprocate, roll, run, seesaw, separate, sidle, slip, snap, spread, startle, steal, stir, streak, stretch, strike out, stumble, sweep, swoop, teeter, throw, thunder, vibrate, wallow, wamble, whirl, wobble, writhe, elate, frighten, fuel, inspire, tempt, thrill, titillate.

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Is the word "Aroused" very frequent in Wordnet’s lexical database?

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The word "Aroused" has a maximum frequency of 14.

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What are the synonyms for the word "Aroused"?

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The word "Aroused" has 6 synonyms which are: agitated, passionate, tense, excited, awakened, sexy.

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