: stimulating in a way that provokes action or effort
… makes it easy to see he isn't the next Jordan, if only because he lacks the galvanizing effect on teammates that MJ had.—Bill Simmons
The causes of today's discontent … are less galvanizing because they are less susceptible to summation in pithy slogans like "stop the war" and "law and order."—George F. Will
… he was still known to the world by the clipped, galvanizingly dramatic name under which he had emerged as the country's most prominent advocate of black nationalism: Malcolm X. —Henry Louis Gates, Jr.
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