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
The home at 2000 Wood Thrush Court in Westlake’s Vaquero features a custom iron double door entry into a grand foyer and formal living area, complete with inspiring views of the lovely center courtyard.
The best part of playing Maggie is getting to share an inspiring LOVE story and representing the LGBTQ+ community.
For the composer and his wife, the Chamber Blues journey has been at once musically inspiring and commercially challenging.
Both the defendant and the public have the right to a dignified, inspiring and open court process.
Lead architect Greg Porter of Hollis + Miller Architects said many factors are considered when designing a new school, including how to create inspiring spaces for kids to learn.
Tears in my eyes watching @Petra_Kvitova winning her first come back match at RG so emotional and inspiring.
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For anyone interested in the edge of science, this video is both entertaining and inspiring.
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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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