A Is For Awake


 

1 Awake, awake, Zion, clothe yourself with strength! Put on your garments of splendor, Jerusalem, the holy city. The uncircumcised and defiled will not enter you again. 2 Shake off your dust; rise up, sit enthroned, Jerusalem. Free yourself from the chains on your neck, Daughter Zion, now a captive.      Isaiah 52:1-2

 Awake

This video above reminds me of the book of Judges.

Awake, Sleeper

awake

[ əˈwāk ]

VERB

verb: awake · third person present: awakes · past tense: awoke · present participle: awaking · past participle: awoken

stop sleeping; wake from sleep:

“she awoke to find the streets covered in snow”

synonyms: wake (up) · awaken · stir · come to · come around · waken

    • cause (someone) to wake from sleep:

      “my screams awoke my parents”

      synonyms: wake (up) · awaken · rouse · arouse

    • regain consciousness:

      “I awoke six hours after the operation”

    • (awake to)

      become aware of; come to a realization of:

      “the authorities finally awoke to the extent of the problem”

      synonyms: realize · become aware of · become conscious of · clue in to · get wise to

    • make or become active again:

      “there were echoes and scents that awoke some memory in me”

ADJECTIVE

adjective: awake

not asleep:

“the noise might keep you awake at night”

synonyms: wakeful · sleepless · restless · restive · watchful

antonyms: asleep

    • (awake to)

      aware of:

      “too few are awake to the dangers”

      synonyms: aware of · conscious of · mindful of · alert to ·

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      antonyms: unaware · oblivious

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