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.
Recent Examples of invigorate from the Web
There’s a moment at the beginning when Dean Baquet smiles and seems invigorated.
USA TODAY Sports The Supreme Court's decision to legalize sports gambling nationwide will invigorate the human element in Major League Baseball, and perhaps drastically change the way the sport is viewed.
Rival Consoles approached his new album from an intriguing perspective -- through the lens of the alternately confounding and invigorating art house classic Persona (1966) by Swedish filmmaker Ingmar Bergman.
The defeat invigorated a fledgling Palestinian national movement, with the Palestinian Liberation Organization (PLO) gained new influence.
Verdi invigorated the conventions of bel canto with compelling characters, refusing to compromise with what is dramatically crucial yet readily adapting to what is necessary practically to get the opera staged.
Sierra Negra, Isabela Island, Galapagos Islands: The Galapagos archipelago delivers remote volcanic habitats, an array of invigorating activities and the blue-footed booby.
Consistently highlighting the cost of Iran’s intervention in Syria, be it in terms of blood, treasure, or national reputation, might invigorate the population to return en-masse to the streets.
Chilton invigorated his season with a fantastic month of May, with a seventh-place finish at the Indy GP before a fantastic fourth-place run at the 500.
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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
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