awake

Conform vs Awake - What's the difference?

conform | awake |


As verbs the difference between conform and awake

is that conform is (intransitive|of persons|often followed by to) to act in accordance with expectations; to behave in the manner of others, especially as a result of social pressure while awake is (label) to become conscious after having slept.

As an adjective awake is

not asleep; conscious.

Woken vs Awake - What's the difference?

woken | awake |


As verbs the difference between woken and awake

is that woken is while awake is (label) to become conscious after having slept.

As an adjective awake is

not asleep; conscious.

Raise vs Awake - What's the difference?

raise | awake |


As verbs the difference between raise and awake

is that raise is (label) to cause to rise; to lift or elevate while awake is (label) to become conscious after having slept.

As a noun raise

is (us) an increase in wages or salary; a rise (uk).

As an adjective awake is

not asleep; conscious.

Waking vs Awake - What's the difference?

waking | awake |


As adjectives the difference between waking and awake

is that waking is occurring during wakefulness while awake is not asleep; conscious.

As verbs the difference between waking and awake

is that waking is while awake is (label) to become conscious after having slept.

As a noun waking

is the act of becoming awake from sleep, or a period of time spent awake.

Arose vs Awake - What's the difference?

arose | awake |


As verbs the difference between arose and awake

is that arose is (arise) while awake is (label) to become conscious after having slept.

As an adjective awake is

not asleep; conscious.

Awake vs Mom - What's the difference?

awake | mom |


As an adjective awake

is not asleep; conscious.

As a verb awake

is (label) to become conscious after having slept.

As an initialism mom is

(hardware|software).

Awake vs Uprise - What's the difference?

awake | uprise |


As verbs the difference between awake and uprise

is that awake is (label) to become conscious after having slept while uprise is (archaic) to rise; to get up; to appear from below the horizon.

As an adjective awake

is not asleep; conscious.

As a noun uprise is

the act of rising; appearance above the horizon; rising.

Awake vs Wakened - What's the difference?

awake | wakened |


As verbs the difference between awake and wakened

is that awake is (label) to become conscious after having slept while wakened is (waken).

As an adjective awake

is not asleep; conscious.

Awake vs Awakening - What's the difference?

awake | awakening |


As adjectives the difference between awake and awakening

is that awake is not asleep; conscious while awakening is rousing from sleep, in a natural or a figurative sense; rousing into activity; exciting; as, the awakening city; an awakening discourse; the awakening dawn.

As verbs the difference between awake and awakening

is that awake is (label) to become conscious after having slept while awakening is .

As a noun awakening is

the act of awaking, or ceasing to sleep.

Awake vs Getup - What's the difference?

awake | getup |


As an adjective awake

is not asleep; conscious.

As a verb awake

is (label) to become conscious after having slept.

As a noun getup is

(chiefly|us|informal) a costume or outfit, especially one that is ostentatious or otherwise unusual.

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