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arouse

verb To physically stimulate or use mental imagery to evoke sexual interest in a partner.
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"The negotiations and meetings I held as part of the Davos World Economic Forum this January again demonstrates that the country`s economy arouses great interest of big business," the president said, adding that the attraction of foreign investments in the non-oil sector will continue to be a priority in the coming years.
Having joined Ar-Namys party, Akylbek Japarov presented the top priority actions plan for the nearest 100 days at this event.The public budget and over 20 billion budget deficit arouses big concerns now."Instability of banking and financial sectors also arouses concerns.
3 : something that arouses feelings in an observer <That diamond is the object of their envy.>
To be in her arms, arouses a special emotion - a feeling of being surrounded by affection, warmth, relaxing security, and a close association with this female body.