It needs to be a wake-up call about a broken institution that's letting down the American people.
But these unprecedented earthquakes are also a wake-up call that cannot be wisely ignored.
The takeaway is that voters are angry at the status quo and looking to send a wake-up call to Washington.
You need not worry about your wardrobe or wake-up call because everything here seems to revolve around your pleasure.
If you want to predict trends in America, whether in politics or products, World Cup mania should serve as a wake-up call.
For you, Saturn trining Neptune is a wake-up call to document ideas, first, and then punt them out into the universe.
For Democrats, this resounding defeat just might be the wake-up call their big and small donors need to start donating again.
“That first DUI was a bit of a wake-up call, but the breakup had little to do with where my life went,” says Klein.
At precisely 5:30 a.m. the next morning, as requested, the wake-up call buzzed.
If this isn't a wake-up call for everybody who thinks they are committed to freedom and democracy, I don't know what will be.
To pause, when well ahead, for someone to overtake one •Often a panting request (1920s+)