Examples of invigorate in a sentence
A brisk walk in the cool morning air always invigorates me.
He was invigorated by the positive feedback.
The mayor has plans to invigorate the downtown economy.
Origin and Etymology of invigorate
probably from in- + vigor
First Known Use: 1646
INVIGORATE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of invigorate for English Language Learners
: to give life and energy to (someone)
: to cause (something) to become more active and lively
INVIGORATE Defined for Kids
Definition of invigorate for Students
: to give life and energy to <The swim was invigorating.>
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