Adjective "wakeup" definition and examples

(Wakeup may not be an adjective, but it can be used as an adjective, click here to find out.)

Definitions and examples

noun

An instance of a person waking up or being woken up.
  1. as modifier 'tables full of men sipping a wake-up Armagnac'
  2. 'Our body clock responds to an imitation sunrise by accelerating the wake-up processes.'
  3. 'John Downing asks if Fianna Fail have been sent a wake-up message by voters.'
  4. 'If you don't eat a wake-up meal, make some adjustments in your breakfast.'
  5. 'In addition to getting your room info, you can choose a wake-up time and even arrange for the hotel's airport shuttle service to pick you up at the airport.'
  6. 'Like a wake-up from amnesia, a life spread out before me.'
  7. 'I picked him up, gave him a wake-up cuddle, and plonked him down in front of his breakfast dish, still half-full with perfectly good food.'
  8. 'I think the camera should be up front, integrated with intelligence and trained on the driver so it could activate a wake-up alarm when it sensed ‘nod off.’'
  9. 'But Citroën is realistic about being the first with a wake-up device, and as it costs £300 extra, the company doesn't expect to sell many.'
  10. 'I made myself a strong wake-up coffee, and called them.'
  11. 'We were getting ready to go to bed about 8:00 at night because it was a 2:00 in the morning wake-up.'

More definitions

1. an act or instance of waking up.

2. an act or instance of being awakened: I asked the hotel desk for a wake-up at

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3. a time of awaking or being awakened: I'll need a 5 o'clock wake-up to make the early plane.

4. flicker2 . adjective

5. serving to wake one from sleep: Leave a wake-up call at the front desk.

6. serving to arouse or alert: a wake-up call on the problems of pollution.

More examples(as adjective)

"calls can be wakeup."

Origin

(wake-up)

Phrase

be a wake-up