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adjective. ['ɝˈaʊzd'] emotionally aroused.
Rhymes with Aroused
Sentences with aroused
1. Verb, past participle
Find a safe distance where your dog is better under control and not too aroused by the dogs.
DVM 360 recommends placing an aroused cat in a darkened room and closing the door until he calms down.
3. Verb, past tense
Goose bumps can also occur when you’re feeling sexually aroused, Dr. Olulade says.
Quotes about aroused
1. Feelings aroused by the touch of someone's hand, the sound of music, the smell of a flower, a beautiful sunset, a work of art, love, laughter, hope and faith - all work on both the unconscious and the conscious aspects of the self, and they have physiological consequences as well.
- Bernie Siegel
2. When the Islamic revolution began in 1979 under the leadership of Ayatollah Khomeini, it aroused considerable admiration in the Arab street. It presented a model of organised popular action that deposed one of the region's most tyrannical regimes. The people of the region discerned in this revolution new hope for freedom and change.
- Wadah Khanfar
3. Love, whether newly born or aroused from a deathlike slumber, must always create sunshine, filling the heart so full of radiance, that it overflows upon the outward world.
- Nathaniel Hawthorne, The Scarlet Letter
adjective. ['ɝˈaʊzd'] aroused to action.
adjective. ['ɝˈaʊzd'] brought to a state of great tension.
- wound up
adjective. ['ɝˈaʊzd'] feeling great sexual desire.
adjective. ['ɝˈaʊzd'] (of persons) excessively affected by emotion.
adjective. ['ɝˈaʊzd'] keenly excited (especially sexually) or indicating excitement.