The lock snapped into place, but Connie did not waken.
"Prudence of the Parsonage" by Ethel Hueston
During those terrible days men slept in dread and wakened in fear as to what might have happened on the Potomac or the Mississippi.
"The Battle of Principles" by Newell Dwight Hillis
When he wakened again daylight was at hand, and Mr. Dopples was kindling a fire.
"Ralph Granger's Fortunes" by William Perry Brown
He did, too, for at sharp five o'clock the next morning Wilbur was wakened to find the older man up and with breakfast ready.
"The Boy With the U. S. Foresters" by Francis Rolt-Wheeler
When she wakened it was not with a start or sense of anxiety even though she found herself sitting up in the broad morning light.
"Robin" by Frances Hodgson Burnett
What wakened Thady was the clang of his cluster of tinware, which the wave dashed against the wall behind him.
"Strangers at Lisconnel" by Barlow Jane
I wakened Mac, and we grasped our heavy walking sticks and lay still.
"Into the Jaws of Death" by Jack O'Brien
At noon they were wakened.
"Steve Yeager" by William MacLeod Raine
In the gray of pre-dawn on the fourth day Ashe wakened Ross.
"The Time Traders" by Andre Norton
And we wakened in the morning to catastrophe.
"Tenting To-night" by Mary Roberts Rinehart
Then all at once she wakened out of sound slumber with a violent start.
"North of Fifty-Three" by Bertrand W. Sinclair
But in the darkness he overslept and let the town waken before him.
"The Yukon Trail" by William MacLeod Raine
The fact is I was up early this morning, wakened by my little daughter, a baby not quite two years old yet.
"The Simpkins Plot" by George A. Birmingham
I wakened from time to time and I could hear Tish stirring next to me.
"More Tish" by Mary Roberts Rinehart
Titania wakened with eyes fixed on Bottom, who, by Puck's art, had an ass's head.
"The Mysteries of All Nations" by James Grant
Once she certainly wakened, for she pressed her lips to mine.
"The Uncollected Writings of Thomas de Quincey, Vol. 2" by Thomas de Quincey
She wakened in the morning to some one knocking.
"The Coast of Chance" by Esther Chamberlain
It struck a note she never knew, and wakened her to life and longing.
"Tiverton Tales" by Alice Brown
He went up in the bushes and wakened Clay and Randy.
"Canoe Boys and Campfires" by William Murray Graydon
He did not waken the sleepers.
"The Short-story" by William Patterson Atkinson
Zoo dan laat ons waken, werken,
En, op ieder lot bereid,
Rustloos voortgaan en voltooien,
In des Heeren mogendheid!
"Een Psalm Des Levens" by Jan Jakob Lodewijk ten Kate
"I flapped wi my wings, master,
Till a' my bells they rang,
But still, the mair that I did flap,
Waken woud ye nane."
"The Broomfield Hill" by Andrew Lang
But the lily would not waken,
Nor ever will waken more;
And feet and fame have forsaken
Its place by the cottage door.
"A Snow-White Lily" by Alfred Austin
In the hush of the morn before the sun
I waken to think of thee
And all the sweet day thus begun
As hallowed sees to be.
"Before The Dawn" by Arlo Bates
As a cloud of the sunset, slow melting in heaven,
As a star that is lost when the daylight is given,
As a glad dream of slumber, which wakens in bliss,
She hath passed to the world of the holy from this.
"A Lament" by John Greenleaf Whittier
Leaning beside the curtain, where
Came o'er his brow the morning air,
He found the stranger chief; his tone,
Surely 'twas one RAYMOND had known!
He knew him not, what chord could be
Thus waken'd on his memory?
"The Troubadour. Canto 3" by Letitia Elizabeth Landon