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actuate to arouse to action; motivate. [1/2 definitions]
agitate to arouse, or attempt to arouse, public support (often fol. by for or against). [1/3 definitions]
apathy lack of interest in things that generally arouse interest or concern; indifference. [1/2 definitions]
challenge to stimulate; arouse. [1/7 definitions]
charisma an unusual ability to influence people and arouse devotion. [1/2 definitions]
chill to arouse fear or dread in. [1/14 definitions]
encourage to arouse feelings of hope or courage in; give confidence to; hearten. [1/4 definitions]
enkindle to arouse or excite; activate. [1/2 definitions]
erogenous tending to arouse sexual desire or result in sexual gratification when stimulated.
erotic tending to arouse or gratify sexual desire. [1/3 definitions]
erotica (used with a sing. or pl. verb) books, pictures, and the like that tend to arouse sexual feelings; erotic literature or art.
eroticize to arouse sexually, or to make erotic.
excite to arouse. [1/5 definitions]
fascinate to arouse and hold attention and interest, as by charm or beauty. [1/3 definitions]
flush1 to arouse, excite, or elate, as with emotions of pride or happiness. [1/10 definitions]
hatemonger a person who seeks to arouse hatred, animosity, and prejudice in others, esp. against a minority group.
hokum in a dramatic or written work, crude, trite, or mawkish material intended to arouse an emotional response from the audience or reader. [1/2 definitions]
inflame to excite, arouse, or intensify (the emotions or passions). [1/4 definitions]
inflammatory tending to arouse and excite the emotions, or call forth an emotional response. [1/2 definitions]
inspire to arouse feelings of exaltation in. [1/7 definitions]
invidious tending to arouse feelings of resentment or animosity, esp. because of a slight; offensive or discriminatory.