This response, along with the air of mystery with which she made it, aroused Cedric’s curiosity, and so he hastened to finish his breakfast.
I have no idea how long I meditated upon those two faces of the human coin; but I was suddenly aroused by the stifled laughter of a young woman.
She has contradicted herself several times about her son’s age, which has aroused suspicion.
a quantity of gold pieces, and he pulled out a coin, making it glitter in the sun. Bread was needed, everything eatable was needed; he would pay without haggling. The flash of gold aroused looks
accepting the German as an excellent comrade. As he controlled absolutely the family fortune, he aided Karl very generously without arousing the resentment of the old man.
all this was making him remember the events of revolutionary terrorism which, years ago, used to arouse his wrath, as unimportant happenings.
Do not talk such nonsense. The war has turned you as crazy as your father. The good lady was scandalized at hearing the outburst of savage desires that the mere mention of the Kaiser always aroused in her daughter.
knowing that it exists and is horrible, but seeing it from far off... so far off! that it arouses no real emotion. The explosion of the shells were accompanying their destructive brutality with a ferocious mockery,
of tremulous hands healing shell-riddled and bleeding flesh. Every advance on Julio's part but aroused in Marguerite a vehement and modest protest as though they were meeting for the first time.
Since this odd personage had also known his son, that was enough to make Tchernoff arouse his interest. In normal times, he would have kept him at a distance.
1. awaken: wake, arise, get up, rouse, animate, spur, coax
2. excite: stir up, urge, titillate, provoke, incite, stimulate, kindle