Entry: reveille (n.)
In context: "Somebody always throws up a little; it's like the drills' reveille."
Definition: A signal indicating that it is time to wake or get up; spec. a signal used to awaken personnel in the armed forces, typically sounded on the bugle or drums. Also: the time at which this signal is given; the time for waking or rising from bed. Esp. in early use, freq. to beat the reveille.
Other: The worst noise in the world for me is the standard alarm clock screech. I now almost always wake up just a few minutes prior, automatically, so that I can avoid really viscerally appreciating DFW's "For Orin Incandenza, #71, morning is the soul's night."
SNOOT score: 2
Source: Oxford English Dictionary