inspirative

adjective in·spira·tive \ə̇nzˈpīrətiv, ə̇nˈsp-; ˈinzpə̇ˌrātiv, ˈin(t)sp-\

Definition of inspirative

  1. :  tending to inspire :  inspiring

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Origin and Etymology of inspirative

Latin inspiratus (past participle) + English -ive


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