Definition of inspiring
: having an animating or exalting effect
Examples of inspiring in a Sentence
an inspiring idea for a national program in which young people would commit themselves to a year of community service
Recent Examples of inspiring from the Web
Two Years After , Brooklyn Principal Nadia Lopez is Still Inspiring Students Nadia Lopez, 40, is a middle school principal in Brooklyn, NY.
Since turning 90 last September, the legendary Boca Raton instructor published a book about his inspiring life, still plays and teaches golf, and regularly sings at Arturo’s Ristorante.
Starting and growing Warby Parker has been an inspiring and rewarding journey.
Lion (July 9) Based on a true story, Garth Davis' inspiring drama concerns a young Indian boy (Sunny Pawar) who gets lost and winds up separated from his family for decades, only to find them again via Google Earth.
That's when Danny Rawls, general sales manager at Toyota of Rockwall and a friend of Dowlatshahi, heard Korva's inspiring story.
Movies have been inspiring summer vacations for generations.
So to see Ms. Kitt, who died in 2008 at age 81, play Catwoman was very inspiring and exciting, which is no disrespect to Julie Newmar.
The bedroom itself has awe-inspiring views of the beach.
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First Known Use of inspiring
INSPIRING Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of inspiring for English Language Learners
: causing people to want to do or create something or to lead better lives
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