Synonyms for Arouse:


inspire, affect. frisky, desire, hot, randy, awareness, want, on the pull, excited. arouse (noun)
fire, rouse, invoke, brace, conjure up, wake up, call forth, energize, stimulate, evoke, enkindle, put forward, waken, raise, turn on, kindle, bring up, elicit, conjure, stir, provoke, come alive, wake, wind up, energise, perk up, call down, awaken, awake.


aggravate (verb)
harass, grate, disturb, exasperate, bedevil, pester, bother, fret, vex, inflame, badger, needle, antagonize, enrage, chafe, annoy, bait, envenom, peeve, irk, discompose, aggravate, infuriate, torment, irritate, hassle, upset, exacerbate, tease, rankle, trouble, nag, perturb, harry.
emotion (verb)
kindle, raise, provoke, evoke, fire, elicit, enkindle.
excite (verb)
energize, Impassion, electrify, stimulate, excite, disquiet, animate, exhilarate, fire, agitate.
excite, entice (verb)
kindle, incite, awaken, wake up, stimulate, rouse, provoke, waken, electrify, animate, stir, turn on, agitate, inflame.
motion (verb)
move (verb)
study atincite, incite.

Other synonyms:

randy. frisky, inspire, desire. want, excited. affect. hot. agitate
wake up.
turn on.
wind up.
Other relevant words:
excited, evoke, conjure, energise, bring up, randy, call down, enkindle, want, incite, awareness, provoke, awaken, conjure up, call forth, awake, brace, desire, put forward, invoke, come alive, affect, inspire, wake, kindle, hot, waken, elicit, stir, rouse, wake up, perk up, raise, frisky.

Usage examples for arouse

  1. You are too truly superior not to arouse envy and you don't care, do you? – The George Sand-Gustave Flaubert Letters by George Sand, Gustave Flaubert Translated by A.L. McKensie
  2. The Republican majority was too slight for safety, for the questions which were coming before Congress were such as to arouse party feeling to a high pitch. – The United States Since The Civil War by Charles Ramsdell Lingley
  3. Peter shook him awake, and between them they managed to arouse Fred with great difficulty. – Northern Diamonds by Frank Lillie Pollock