arouseverb [ T ]uk /əˈraʊz/ us /əˈraʊz/
- Something he said as he was leaving really aroused my curiosity.
- Football arouses a good deal of passion among its supporters.
- The sight of people suffering arouses a deep sense of injustice in her.
- His strange behaviour aroused his neighbours' suspicions.
- The programme aroused strong feelings, as you can see by the number of letters received.
noun [ U ] uk /əˈraʊ.zəl/ us /əˈraʊ.zəl/