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Synonyms for wake

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Princeton's WordNet

  1. wake, viewing(noun)

    a vigil held over a corpse the night before burial

    "there's no weeping at an Irish wake"

    antitypical, antitypic

  2. wake, backwash(noun)

    the wave that spreads behind a boat as it moves forward

    "the motorboat's wake capsized the canoe"

    toss, somerset, flip, somersault, somersaulting, summersault, summerset, pass


  3. Wake Island, Wake(noun)

    an island in the western Pacific between Guam and Hawaii

    grease one's palms, pervert, spoil, vitiate, deprave, debauch, purchase, subvert, profane, defile, sully, debase, misdirect, demoralise, corrupt, taint, demoralize, buy, cloud, bribe

  4. aftermath, wake, backwash(noun)

    the consequences of an event (especially a catastrophic event)

    "the aftermath of war"; "in the wake of the accident no one knew how many had been injured"

    eyelet, iteration, closed circuit, grommet, grummet, cringle, loop, loop-the-loop, loop topology

  5. wake up, awake, arouse, awaken, wake, come alive, waken(verb)

    stop sleeping

    "She woke up to the sound of the alarm clock"

    tidy, direct

  6. awaken, wake, waken, rouse, wake up, arouse(verb)

    cause to become awake or conscious

    "He was roused by the drunken men in the street"; "Please wake me at 6 AM."

  7. wake(verb)

    be awake, be alert, be there

    ramekin, ramequin

  8. wake(verb)

    make aware of

    "His words woke us to terrible facts of the situation"

    round bone

  9. inflame, stir up, wake, ignite, heat, fire up(verb)

    arouse or excite feelings and passions

    "The ostentatious way of living of the rich ignites the hatred of the poor"; "The refugees' fate stirred up compassion around the world"; "Wake old feelings of hatred"

    contribution, parcel, portion, plowshare, part, percentage, ploughshare

Complete Dictionary of Synonyms and Antonyms

  1. wake

    rouse, suscitate, excite, reanimate, revive, awake, watch, revel, evoke, summon, provoke, call

    soothe, allay, appease, lay, hush, lullaby, mesmerize, tranquilize, quiet

Dictionary of English Synonymes

  1. wake(v. n.)

    watch, be awake, not be asleep

  2. wake(v. n.)

    awake, waken, be awakened, be roused from sleep

  3. wake(v. n.)

    revel, carouse, feast

  4. wake(v. a.)

    awaken, waken, rouse from sleep

  5. wake(v. a.)

    arouse, rouse, excite, kindle, stimulate, provoke, stir up

  6. wake(n.)

    vigil, watching

  7. wake(n.)

    track (of a vessel), trail

Synonyms, Antonyms & Associated Words

  1. wake(v)

    awake, waken, arouse, rouse, revive

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How to use wake in a sentence?

  1. Prime Minister David Cameron:

    If we wake up on June 24 and we are in, Britain's authority within the EU will be stronger, no other country has done what we have done, hold a renegotiation (for improved EU membership terms), hold a referendum and then people will know that the British agenda ... is going straight to the top.

  2. Mehmet Murat ildan:

    Midnight is another planet! When the clock strikes twelve and if you are asleep, wake up, friend, and discover the beauties of this new planet: Discover the silence; discover the tranquillity; speak to the owls, speak to the moon; greet the hedgehogs and disappear in the midst of the mists!

  3. Natalie Dautovich:

    We know that consuming alcohol within two to three hours of bedtime can actually have an adverse effect on sleep, a rebound effect that causes people to wake up and have restless sleep.

  4. Toby Matthiesen:

    After last year’s attack in al-Ahsa, there was a lot of positive sentiment from many Saudis from across the kingdom, who denounced the attack, we also have seen a lot of denunciations this time, but at the same time we have seen some applauding the attack. So I think this time, the attack may well deepen divisions, particularly as it comes in the wake of the Yemen war.

  5. Chuck Negron:

    In a sense, I’m a little kid in here, i didn’t wake up until I was 50 years old. I turned 50 before I had one year clean and sober. I woke up late.

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Translations for wake

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  • събуждам се, събуждамBulgarian
  • dihuniñBreton
  • vzbudit, vzbudit se, probudit, probudit seCzech
  • gwylnosWelsh
  • vågne, vækkeDanish
  • Nachlauf, erwachen, wecken, aufwecken, Totenwache, Kielwasser, aufwachenGerman
  • veki, vekiĝiEsperanto
  • vigilia, estela, despertar, despertarseSpanish
  • herätä, [[vainajan]] [[valvojaiset]], peräaalto, herättää, hautajaiskahvit, ruumiinvalvojaiset, vanavesiFinnish
  • vakna, vøka, vekjaFaroese
  • réveiller, veillée funèbre, sillage, se réveillerFrench
  • dúisighIrish
  • uisge-stiùireach, dùisgScottish Gaelic
  • להעיר, להתעוררHebrew
  • जागHindi
  • felébred, felébreszt, felkelt, felkelHungarian
  • bangunIndonesian
  • slóð, kjölfarIcelandic
  • scia, veglia, risvegliarsi, turbolenzaItalian
  • 起こす, 起きる, 航跡, 目覚める, 目が覚めるJapanese
  • 일어나다, 경야Korean
  • excitoLatin
  • erwächenLuxembourgish, Letzeburgesch
  • šermenysLithuanian
  • kōriporipo, kōrinorinoMāori
  • wakker maken, wakker worden, kielzog, dodenwake, wekken, wake, ontwakenDutch
  • czuwanie, kilwater, obudzić się, obudzić, [[przy]] [[zwłoki, smuga kondensacyjnaPolish
  • acordar, velórioPortuguese
  • priveghi, siaj, treziRomanian
  • проснуться, пробуждаться, просыпаться, будить, поминки, кильватер, разбудить, пробудитьсяRussian
  • zobudiť sa, zobudiťSlovak
  • väcka, vakna, kölvattenSwedish
  • kuamsha, kuamkaSwahili
  • నిద్రలేపుట, నిద్ర ఆపుటTelugu
  • kaldırmak, uyanmakTurkish
  • thứcVietnamese
  • kuilavatVolapük

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