A mosque is neither factory nor fortress: Why should it arouse either envy or fear?
She sought to arouse what attention she could by running for governor as the most libertine of libertarians.
She was more interested in the way fashion played out in popular culture, they way it could arouse, empower and provoke.
The idea that women must be cloaked and hidden from display lest they arouse male lust is not unique to Islam.
Women are also less likely to arouse suspicion, flying below the radar of law enforcement.
This did not arouse the sleeper, so he added force to his hand, at which the other sagged forward limply.
In fact, they are so common as to arouse little or no wonder in the minds of the people.
Even this did not arouse McClellan, and two more weeks of inaction passed before he again set his vast army in motion.
In it we do not know the evil passions which ambition and strife are said to arouse.
There was nothing in it to excite interest or arouse curiosity.