rousing

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Adjective[edit]

rousing (comparative more rousing, superlative most rousing)

  1. That rouses or excites.
    rousing music
    • 2011 September 29, Tom Rostance, “Stoke 2 - 1 Besiktas”, BBC Sport:
      But he still saw his side produce a rousing display which owed much to their lauded prowess from set-pieces, despite Uefa regulations meaning the pitch had to be widened and, in the process, the run-up area for Delap's long throws reduced.

Verb[edit]

rousing

  1. present participle of rouse

Noun[edit]

rousing (plural rousings)

  1. The act by which somebody or something is roused.
    • 2010, Kathleen Huggins, The Expectant Parents' Companion (page 88)
      Parents who use cloth diapers often use disposables for travel, nights, or both. Disposables can save parents repeated nighttime rousings or frequent sheet changes.

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