Definition of inspired
: outstanding or brilliant in a way or to a degree suggestive of divine inspiration gave an inspired performance
Examples of inspired in a Sentence
She gave an inspired performance.
He was an inspired choice for the role.
Recent Examples of inspired from the Web
The television world figured out long ago that anthologies are an inspired storytelling format.
Local bartenders and mixologists put their expertise to work crafting an impressive array of comic themed cocktails to keep spirits high and the character-inspired party going.
From chic one-shoulder designs to sporty looks, like Moschino's heather gray jersey zip-front suit to Dolce & Gabbana's '40s-inspired nautical striped suit, the one-piece is flattering on every body type.
The country has seen three Islamist-inspired attacks this year -- on Parliament, on a Manchester pop concert and on Saturday-night drinkers at London Bridge.
Go for Asian-inspired comfort food, usually dinner-only, but thankfully now Sunday brunch too.
OX 2225 NE Martin Luther King Jr Blvd, Portland, OR 97212 OX is an Argentinian-inspired spot near downtown that specializes in meat.
The human menu features fresh, seasonally inspired dishes heavy on summer produce—grilled chicken with black olive tapenade, a quinoa and kale salad with goat cheese and pomegranate seeds, and chilled summer peaches in white wine syrup.
Located just 30 minutes from downtown Fort Worth in a secluded cove on the lake, the property is comprised of a main estate, a Moroccan-inspired guest cabana and a two-story boat dock.
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First Known Use of inspired
INSPIRED Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of inspired for English Language Learners
: very good or clever
: having a particular cause or influence
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