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What is the correct usage of the word awoken?

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Awoken most certainly is a word; it comes from the old English verb "awake" and it means woken up, or made awake. The correct usage is anywhere that it could be replaced by "woken up".
'awoken' is the passive voice form of 'awoke' (past tense of the verb 'awake'). for instance, you can say "I awoke to the sound of dogs barking" or "I was awoken by the sound of dogs barking". in modern US English, awoken is a bit archaic - normally we'd say 'awakened' instead.
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