awake from

awake(n) from something

to wake up from something, such as a dream or a deep sleep. Tom awakened from a deep sleep at the sound of the phone ringing. At dawn, she awoke from her slumbers.
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awake(n) someone from something

to cause someone to wake up from something. The crowing of the rooster awakened Sally from her slumbers. She awakened herself from a deep sleep when she fell out of bed.
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Imagineer Productions will create a ten-metre-high Lady Godiva who will awake from her sleeping chamber in July 2012 to a spectacular performance.
The teenagers in year five at Bablake School, in Coundon Road, Radford, plan to stay awake from 3pm today until 3pm tomorrow by playing a variety of games and sports and watching videos.