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dicot genus, magnoliopsid genus, Genus Houttuynia, Genus Houttuynia, houttuynia.
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Correct spelling:
rousing
Definition:
Having power to awaken or excite; great; violent.

Synonyms:

adjective
all
rousing, stirring.
bracing
chilly, cool, crisp, energizing, fortifying, fresh, invigorating, quickening, restorative, reviving, stimulative, tonic, exhilarative.
dashing
adventurous, chic, dapper, daring, dazzling, debonair, elegant, exclusive, exuberant, fashionable, fearless, gallant, jaunty, keen, modish, plucky, showy, smart, sporty, stylish, swank, swashbuckling, swish, vivacious, gay.
electric/electrical
ac, dynamic, electrifying, exciting, magnetic, power-driven, stirring, tense, thrilling, voltaic, Motor-driven, DC, juiced.
energetic
electric.
entertaining
absorbing, affecting, captivating, charming, cheerful, cheering, clever, compelling, delightful, diverting, droll, enchanting, engaging, engrossing, enjoyable, enthralling, enticing, entrancing, fascinating, fun, funny, humorous, impressive, inspiring, interesting, moving, piquant, pleasant, pleasurable, poignant, priceless, provocative, relaxing, riot, scream, striking, witty, Recreative, be a ball, side-splitting, gas*.
enthusiastic
avid, born-again, eager, enthusiastic, fervent, hooked, keen, motivated, wholehearted, mad about something.
erotic
amative, amatory, amorous, aphrodisiac, bawdy, carnal, earthy, erogenous, fervid, filthy, fleshly, impassioned, lascivious, lecherous, lewd, obscene, off-color, prurient, raunchy, raw, romantic, salacious, seductive, sensual, spicy, steamy, suggestive, titillating, venereal, voluptuous, Concupiscent, sexual, blue*, hot*, kinky*, purple*.
exciting
agitative, appealing, arresting, astonishing, bracing, breathtaking, dangerous, dramatic, far-out, fine, flashy, hair-raising, heady, hectic, impelling, intoxicating, intriguing, melodramatic, mind-blowing, neat, overpowering, overwhelming, racy, rip-roaring, sensational, wild, zestful, Arousing, Exhilarant, eye-popping, Commoving, spine-tingling, groovy*, stimulating, thrilling, riproaring.
hopeful
promiseful, well timed.
lively
GOGO, chirpy, chirpiest, go-go, chirpier, full of pep, hyper.
moving
inspirational, mind-bending, felt in gut, grabbed by, turned on by.
rousing
active, alert, animated, astir, bouncy, bright, brisk, buoyant, bustling, busy, buzzing, chirpy, dashing, energetic, enthusiastic, frisky, industrious, jumping, lively, perky, refreshing, snappy, spirited, spry, stimulating, vigorous, zippy, full of pep, hyper, peppy*.
noun
awakening
activation, animating, arousal, birth, enlivening, incitement, kindling, provocation, rebirth, renewal, revival, rousing, stimulation, waking, waking up, Awaking, Arousals, activations, stirring up, vivication, wakings.
rousing
arousal, provocative, stimulating, stirring.
verb
empowering
commanding, Authorizing, Enforcing.
energizing
activating, driving, energizing, firing, invigorating, reviving, Charging, Empowering, Forcing, powering, recharging, sparking.
invigorating
agitating, animating, bracing, enlivening, exciting, strengthening, enthusing.
rouse
aggravate, agitate, anger, animate, arouse, ask for it, awake, awaken, bestir, call, challenge, craze, deepen, disturb, enhance, enliven, exhilarate, fire up, foment, galvanize, get going, heighten, incite, inflame, innervate, instigate, intensify, kindle, magnify, mount, move, needle, pep up, pique, provoke, quicken, raise, rally, redouble, rile, rise, startle, stir, trigger, urge, vivify, wake, wake up, waken, whet, whip up, work up, Innerve, Intensate, get up, steam up, key up, make waves, bug*.
Examples of usage:
  1. He referred to what you have been doing over here, and at that the miners gave a rousing cheer. – If Any Man Sin by H. A. Cody
  2. " Thank you, sir," said the Captain, rousing himself and filling, " I drink to you, sir. – Tom Brown at Oxford by Thomas Hughes
  3. The woman woke up, and rousing her husband said, " Look there, some one is stealing the gourd!" – Folk-Tales of Bengal by Lal Behari Day
  4. " Yes," he says, rousing suddenly. – Floyd Grandon's Honor by Amanda Minnie Douglas
  5. " Well," said Mr. Murray, rousing himself so far as to get up on one elbow. – Pine Needles by Susan Bogert Warner

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