Woken-up sentence examples

  • Tuesday, 27 July 2004 I've just woken up with a terrible hangover.

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  • She'd let down her guard to Darian after thousands years of rebuffing everyone else and had woken up feeling recharged, confused.

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  • His hair was mussed, and his state of dress – T-shirt and pajama pants – indicated he'd just woken up.

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  • His hair was mussed, and his state of dress – T-shirt and pajama pants – indicated he'd just woken up.

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  • They had both seemed fine at the pet shop, well they were a little grumpy at being woken up.

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  • I could have coped with getting into work at 7.00AM, had it not involved being woken up by Farming Today.

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  • Have woken up this morning feeling completely naff again, hey ho.

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  • Link April Fools Day - Jokes - Pranks... ever woken up an hour early because your... and general tomfoolery.

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  • You've just woken up to the sound of your cat hacking up a symphony and you get up to investigate.

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  • Fortunately, designers have woken up to reality and stepped up with excellent party wear for the woman of size.

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  • One of the first signs of sleep deprivation is feeling utterly exhausted, even when having woken up from a night of adequate sleep.

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  • The major observable difference between the jerking of benign sleep myoclonus and an actual seizure is that the former will stop as soon as the affected infant is woken up.

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  • Your child might dislike being awoken during an episode, or may become very uncomfortable if woken up.

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  • Howard Storm, a former atheist, died in the hospital and felt as though he'd woken up but realized that his body was still lying in the bed.

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  • Lightening - Get woken up by lightening!

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  • If you know that you will get woken up at a given time, your body can better relax and get the most benefit from a short sleep.

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  • Not everyone wants to be woken up by an extremely loud noise or have an amusing alarm clock on their bedside table.

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  • Some people find that they are unable to get a good night's sleep knowing that they will get woken up by a harsh or loud noise.

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  • Moreover, the Fitbit Tracker allows you to delve deeply into your sleep habits by alerting you to how many hours you've slept, the quality of sleep you've achieved and the number of times that you have woken up during the night.

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  • This was a dream; she'd fallen asleep on the train and not yet woken up.

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