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Definition of Arousing

Arousing
Arouse A*rouse", v. t. [imp. & p. p. Aroused; p. pr. & vb. n. Arousing.] [Pref. a- + rouse.] To excite to action from a state of rest; to stir, or put in motion or exertion; to rouse; to excite; as, to arouse one from sleep; to arouse the dormant faculties. Grasping his spear, forth issued to arouse His brother, mighty sovereign on the host. --Cowper. No suspicion was aroused. --Merivale.

Meaning of Arousing from wikipedia

- **** ****ually arousing. This may generate a general ****ual interest that is satisfied by ****ual activity. When ****ual arousal is achieved by or dependent...
- exposed to arousing events or information. Arousing information is also retrieved or remembered more vividly and accurately. Although arousal improves memory...
- AROUSE OSU is an Internet radio station run by students of The Ohio State University, broadcasting exclusively online. AROUSE OSU is overseen by an executive...
- Misattribution of arousal is a term in psychology which describes the process whereby people make a mistake in ****uming what is causing them to feel aroused. For example...
- Confusional arousals are cl****ified as “partial awakenings in which the state of consciousness remains impaired for several minutes without any accompanying...
- Aroused is a 2013 feature-length do****entary film directed by the photographer Deborah Anderson, in her directorial debut. It focuses on the lives and...
- Journal of Psychiatry described paraphilia as "recurrent, intense ****ually arousing fantasies, ****ual urges, or behaviors generally involving" the following:...
- The Arousal was a ****stani anarchist newsletter founded in 1988. It was distributed in Karachi and La**** and became notorious for its satirical attacks...
- circadian rhythm sleep-wake disorders, non–rapid eye movement (NREM) sleep arousal disorders, nightmare disorders, rapid eye movement (REM) sleep behavior...
- emotionally arousing events but lead more often than not to poor memory for material unrelated to the source of stress/emotional arousal. Drive theory...
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