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arouse interest/expectations etc

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englisharouse interest/expectations etcarouse interest/expectations etcCAUSEto make you become interested, expect something etc Matt’s behavior was arousing the interest of the neighbors. arouse
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arouse interest/expectations etcA man doing a handstand in the town centre is likely to arouse interest.This extraordinary and highly convoluted story has aroused interest in many quarters from time to time.Kennedy and Wilson had both aroused expectations, which had not been fulfilled.
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