Definition of energize
energizationplay \ˌe-nər-ˌjī-ˈzā-shən\ noun
Examples of energize in a Sentence
His rousing speech energized the crowd.
You'll feel more energized after a bit of exercise.
Recent Examples of energize from the Web
UCSD was energized in Thursday’s game by the performance of right-hander Kyle Goodbrand, a junior from Mission Viejo who didn’t get a regular turn in the Tritons’ starting rotation until the final month of the regular season.
In many cities of the former Confederacy, the relocation of Confederate monuments has been energized by the June 2015 massacre of nine African-Americans at prayer in their church in Charleston, S.C.
Judge has energized the Bronx with an AL-leading 17 homers, many of which have been tape-measure moonshots, and also a 1.112 OPS.
Populist talkers were there to energize the GOP’s base.
If turnout exceeds expectations that will likely indicate a surge of new voters -- people potentially energized by Perriello's underdog campaign.
Lundgren said he's energized by his commitment to pitch for Illinois-Springfield next season.
Obviously not having to be in the series and race week-in and week-out, he’s energized to do well.
Alonso, who is to start fifth in the 33-car field in a Honda owned by Michael Andretti, has also been re-energized.
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First Known Use of energize
ENERGIZE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of energize for English Language Learners
: to give energy or excitement to (someone or something)
ENERGIZE Defined for Kids
Definition of energize for Students
: to give the ability to be active to : give energy to
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