Rosing vs Rousing - What's the difference?

rosing | rousing |


As verbs the difference between rosing and rousing

is that rosing is while rousing is .

As an adjective rousing is

that rouses or excites.

As a noun rousing is

the act by which somebody or something is roused.

rosing

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Verb

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    rousing

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    Adjective

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  • That rouses or excites.
  • rousing music
  • *{{quote-news
  • , year=2011 , date=September 29 , author=Tom Rostance , title=Stoke 2 - 1 Besiktas , work=BBC Sport citation , page= , passage=But he still saw his side produce a rousing display which owed much to their lauded prowess from set-pieces, despite Uefa regulations meaning the pitch had to be widened and, in the process, the run-up area for Delap's long throws reduced.}}

    Verb

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  • Noun

    (en noun)
  • The act by which somebody or something is roused.
  • * 2010 , Kathleen Huggins, The Expectant Parents' Companion (page 88)
  • Parents who use cloth diapers often use disposables for travel, nights, or both. Disposables can save parents repeated nighttime rousings or frequent sheet changes.

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