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Common misspellings for wake

worke, wamer, walka, waxer, wahe, walke, wokes, awke, wak, wikki, wakon, wiakato, lakew, waare, wourk, weacker, wekk, makw, weeke, pake, wwork, jake, waki, wwek, waher, lake, lkae, wiehg, jakie, wayer, vaque, varge, weekor, whoke, makea, wlaker, woket, wacome, waks, wike, wackes, woked, makae, makke, waige, wakey, weeek, woker, takke, wamo, awakw, wate, kakie, wrker, whake, gake, waye, wegie, whike, waho, waork, tkae, make, wke, walkk, take, whikle, wepage, eweek, whokle, weakes, wawe, weeky, weack, wweek, wewek, wakl, wadge, vakue, ckae, cacke, aweke, towake, 1week, wholke, takea, dake, lakke, weka, wooke, akie, wase, ttake, wukk, vaige, wheic, wouke, wokeup, 2week, awaqy, qweek, weakup, wheek, waway, weakn, wayse, workw, wiked, weake, vikie, kwak, walik, mkae, woalk, week1, waeker, wakout, taake, wakway, wetake, warks, mohwak, whaky, wacko, takw, miwaukee, wagger, week9, wakk, wodka, wake, waorked, cakey, weeak, wawa, worka, waaaaaay, wroke, wanker, thake, kake, weark, weekle, facke, jakiie, week2, 2take, wabb, ake, wae, mayke, nake, waske, waier, yake, wakiki, takee, jkae, wapaca, weakeat, wayw, watw, wakter, wialk, workk, vaklue, 3week, tweke, waek, wackey, weaked, worki, wikie, week4, knowage, wakw, weakley, weekwe, wayz, whilke, awqke, taike, mmake, makew, weeker, whaqt, warked, work10, wiykd, vuage, wacker, mawke, waie, woork, wkae, suwage, akey, thwak, takae, workde, waky, walki, weeki, weaks, maake, wace, wokrer, weke, webage, waikki, waor, wakin, waka, takew, weekk, fakey, wakcy, whacko, walky, dakk, daky, keawe, lakee, wakeup, sweker, paki, twaek, vikey, wiakiki, walck, walkie, wayb, wayj, wayyy, oweka, weeka, wpke, warker, zwecke.

Definitions of wake

  1.   make aware of; " His words woke us to terrible facts of the situation"
  2.   To be exited or roused up; to be stirred up from a dormant, torpid, or inactive state; to be active.
  3.   The streak of smooth water left in the track of a ship: hence fig., " in the wake of," in the train of: immediately after.
  4.   To be or to continue awake; to watch; not to sleep.
  5.   The sitting up all night with a deceased person, usually accompanied with drinking, & c.; an annual festival in commemoration of the dedication of a parish church formerly observed by watching all night and feasting.
  6.   To be aroused from sleep, etc.
  7.   Act of waking: feast of the dedication of a church, formerly kept by watching all night: sitting up of persons with a corpse.
  8.   The streak of smooth water left in the track of a ship.
  9.   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"
  10.   To be or continue awake; to cease to sleep; to awake; to be alive or active; to be excited from a torpid state; to be put in motion.
  11.   A vigil; the watching of a dead body prior to burial; a track or trail; as, the wake of a vessel.
  12.   The sitting up of persons with a dead body, often attended with a degree of festivity, chiefly among the Irish.
  13.   To be awake; be roused from sleep; cease to sleep; become alert and active.
  14.   To rouse from sleep; to awake.
  15.   To be excited or roused from sleep; to awake; to be awakened; to cease to sleep; - often with up.
  16.   To rouse: to revive: to put in action:- pa. t. and pa. p. waked or woke.
  17.   a vigil held over a corpse the night before burial; " there's no weeping at an Irish wake"
  18.   A watching all night over the body of a dead person.
  19.   To keep watch at night.
  20.   The track left by a vessel in the water.
  21.   Waking.
  22.   the wave that spreads behind a boat as it moves forward; " the motorboat's wake capsized the canoe"
  23.   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"
  24.   Waked or woke.
  25.   stop sleeping; " She woke up to the sound of the alarm clock"
  26.   The track which a ship leaves in the water, formed by the meeting of the water behind. In the wake of, following immediately after.
  27.   The track left by a vessel in the water; by extension, any track; as, the wake of an army.
  28.   A watching vigil; track of a vessel through the water.
  29.   To rouse from slumber; awake; arouse; resuscitate.
  30.   To arouse from sleep; rouse to action.
  31.   To rouse from sleep; to make active; revive.
  32.   To put in motion or action; to arouse; to excite.
  33.   To be set in action.
  34.   An annual parish festival formerly held in commemoration of the dedication of a church. Originally, prayers were said on the evening preceding, and hymns were sung during the night, in the church; subsequently, these vigils were discontinued, and the day itself, often with succeeding days, was occupied in rural pastimes and exercises, attended by eating and drinking, often to excess.
  35.   To cease from sleep: to watch ( so in B.): to be roused up, active, or vigilant.
  36.   cause to become awake or conscious; " He was roused by the drunken men in the street"; " Please wake me at 6 AM."
  37.   The annual commemoration of the dedication of a church, formerly kept by watching all night; vigils; state of forbearing sleep; the sitting up of persons with a dead body prior to burial; a lichwake.
  38.   The act of waking, or being awaked; also, the state of being awake.
  39.   To sit up late festive purposes; to hold a night revel.
  40.   be awake, be alert, be there
  41.   To cease from sleep; be awake.
  42.   an island in the western Pacific between Guam and Hawaii
  43.   To bring to life again, as if from the sleep of death; to reanimate; to revive.
  44.   To rouse from sleep; to arouse; to put in motion or action; to revive.
  45.   To watch, or sit up with, at night, as a dead body.
  46.   To rouse or be roused from sleep; to be alive or active; to put in motion or action.
  47.   The state of forbearing sleep, especially for solemn or festive purposes; a vigil.

Antonyms for wake

doss, shut-eye, bed, sleep, slumber, z's, catnapping, imperil, nod, drift off, mesmerize, Snoozing, hypnotize, lull, risk, couch, sack out, nap, doze, turn in, flop, catch some z's, doze off, flake out, drop off, snooze, cause to sleep, conk, fall asleep, kip, drowse off, nod off, log z's, dope off, retire, rest, catnap, sleep in, oversleep, repose.

Quotes of wake

  1. It's the fans that need spring training. You gotta get 'em interested. Wake 'em up and let 'em know that their season is coming, the good times are gonna roll. – Harry Caray
  2. They would wake me up when I was sleeping, and say sing a song for our friends. I had a sweet voice, I had a nice little tenor voice. God knows what I sang, but my whole family would admire me. – Dominic Chianese
  3. Then there is a still higher type of courage- the courage to brave pain, to live with it, to never let others know of it and to still find joy in life; to wake up in the morning with an enthusiasm for the day ahead. – Howard Cosell
  4. I still when I wake up hit the ground running; and having an illness, I'm only one of hundreds of thousands of people that live with an illness, and I'm just in awe of the bravery and dignity of the people I see at the hospital. – Karen Duffy
  5. It was like being in the eye of a hurricane. You'd wake up in a concert and think, Wow, how did I get here? – John Lennon
  6. If you only knock long enough and loud enough at the gate, you are sure to wake up somebody. – Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
  7. I like any reaction I can get with my music. Just anything to get people to think. I mean if you can get a whole room full of drunk, stoned people to actually wake up and think, you're doing something. – Jim Morrison
  8. We don't watch the film anymore because we've seen it so many times, so we'll introduce it, walk out and we'll come back in right about when I wake up in the morning and walk over to the shop and everything's changed. – Simon Pegg
  9. Don't tell your kids you had an easy birth or they won't respect you. For years I used to wake up my daughter and say, 'Melissa you ripped me to shreds. Now go back to sleep.'. – Joan Rivers
  10. You always say 'I'll quit when I start to slide', and then one morning you wake up and realize you've done slid. – Sugar Ray Robinson
  11. I dream of you to wake would that I might Dream of you and not wake but slumber on. – Christina G. Rossetti
  12. I may be boring, but it would be to wake up by my dog and then my daughter. – Izabella Scorupco
  13. After Watergate, which happened when I was in college, I became increasingly inspired by journalism as a way to change the world. It sounds corny, but to wake the public up, to serve a higher cause. – David Talbot
  14. I heard this massive thud. I spun around, and there Keith was, on the ground. He'd cut his gums up on impact, he was very bloody, and clutching his head. I think it was a kind of wake -up call for him. – Ron Wood
  15. In the 21st century, white America got a wake -up call after 9/11/01. White America and the western world came to realize that people of color had not gone away, faded into the woodwork or just 'disappeared' as the Great White West kept on its merry way of ignoring black concerns. – Jeremiah Wright

Usage examples for wake

  1. Wake all who wake – Strange Pages from Family Papers by T. F. Thiselton Dyer
  2. So wake up, little baby And open your eye, For I think it high time To have done with bye- bye. ” – Cole's Funny Picture Book No. 1 by Edward William Cole
  3. But it had needed Worth Gilbert's appearance on the scene to wake him up to his own real feeling. ” – The Million-Dollar Suitcase by Alice MacGowan Perry Newberry
  4. “ Doc did not wake him up. ” – The U-boat hunters by James B. Connolly
  5. We mustn't wake her. ” – Moor Fires by E. H. (Emily Hilda) Young
  6. “ " Don't wake him, dear," said her mother. ” – The Eye of Dread by Payne Erskine
  7. Thank you, Mrs. Clyde, I will take coffee, I think it will wake me up. ” – Blue Bonnet's Ranch Party by C. E. Jacobs Edyth Ellerbeck Read
  8. You are never beside me when I wake – The Hour and the Man An Historical Romance by Harriet Martineau
  9. But much of Aladdin that had slept so long was to wake no more. ” – Aladdin O'Brien by Gouverneur Morris
  10. Pendleton did not expect anything, either, but he said: " All right, I will, if you'll wake me in a few hours and let me take a turn at it." ” – Ashton-Kirk, Investigator by John T. McIntyre
  11. “ " When I wish it," said Trirodov, " I will wake him." ” – The Created Legend by Feodor Sologub
  12. Wonderful to wake up in the morning to another day of being well. ” – The Pastor's Wife by Elizabeth von Arnim
  13. Suppose he should wake up. ” – The Depot Master by Joseph C. Lincoln
  14. Mama darling, wake up! ” – Gaslight Sonatas by Fannie Hurst
  15. “ " Wake up, old top," he said. ” – The Breaking Point by Mary Roberts Rinehart
  16. But it was terrible to wake up and see you. ” – The Dwelling Place of Light, Complete by Winston Churchill Last Updated: March 5, 2009
  17. Why do you wake me? ” – The Frozen Deep by Wilkie Collins
  18. And once she's asleep I shan't dare move, or she'll wake up. ” – The Golden Silence by C. N. Williamson and A. M. Williamson
  19. Wake up there, I cried, and get along! ” – In Direst Peril by David Christie Murray
  20. Has nothing occurred to wake a doubt in you? ” – Donal Grant by George MacDonald

Idioms for wake