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
Their dedication to learn despite all the horror surrounding them was truly inspiring.
Prabal Gurung is known for his inspiring, inclusive, and powerful runways during New York Fashion Week—and his Fall 2018 show last night was no exception.
Their excitement and exuberance and dedication is so inspiring and has me ready for the Olympics to start.
Douglass’s firsthand perspective on slavery was inspiring and unbelievable to those who heard him and read his newspaper, The North Star.
As a teacher, Maria was beloved and inspiring, in elementary school as well as special education.
Winfrey would be an inspiring candidate whose demonstrated appeal to Americans of all stripes could help heal the divisiveness of the Trump era.
Watching the women grace the stage was equal parts hilarious and inspiring.
Lauren’s conversations with fans were not only inspiring, but an incredible use of her privilege and public platform.
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First Known Use of inspiring
breathtaking, charged, electric, electrifying, exciting, exhilarating, exhilarative, galvanic, galvanizing, hair-raising, heart-stopping, intoxicating, mind-bending, mind-blowing, mind-boggling, rip-roaring, rousing, stimulating, stirring, thrilling;
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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