Examples of electrify in a Sentence
Many of the rural areas still aren't electrified.
The news electrified the nation.
Recent Examples of electrify from the Web
This shocked half of France and electrified the other half.
At a 2016 Ryder Cup singles match at Hazeltine National, Reed and McIlroy electrified the crowd before Reed eked out a 1-up victory.
This guy electrified college football as a QUARTERBACK.
Albert Serrano, who spent a career performing with Latin greats such as Hector Lavoe and Eddie Palmieri, was the kind of entertainer who electrified the stage with a Latin percussion mastery of unforgettable drum sets.
On April 29, a full moon in Scorpio electrifies the night sky, highlighting the elusive zone in your chart associated with psychic powers.
Both baskets drew electrifying roars from the crowd.
This really began a transition in hip-hop, which ultimately electrified menswear.
Saquon Barkley electrified scouts at the NFL Combine, showing off explosive speed and strength.
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First Known Use of electrify
ELECTRIFY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of electrify for English Language Learners
: to pass electricity through (something)
: to supply (an area, building, etc.) with electric power
: to cause (someone) to feel great excitement
ELECTRIFY Defined for Kids
Definition of electrify for Students
- an electrified fence
- Remote regions are still not electrified.
- Her performance electrified the audience.
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