invigorating

adjective
in·​vig·​o·​rat·​ing | \ in-ˈvi-gə-ˌrā-tiŋ How to pronounce invigorating (audio) \

Definition of invigorating

: having an enlivening or stimulating effect an invigorating climate … after the most invigorating full-body massage and facial of my life, I truly expected someone to start feeding me grapes.— Ken Beaulieu The journalists had a choppy ride in the invigorating morning air.— Stephen Coonts The word tiramisù means "pick me up," a reference to the invigorating qualities of the dish's espresso, sugar, and alcohol.— Dawn Yanagihara

Other Words from invigorating

invigoratingly adverb
invigoratingly cool temperatures an invigoratingly fresh outlook

First Known Use of invigorating

1652, in the meaning defined above

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