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
That’s not good news for Republicans facing a recess and invigorated public opposition to their bill.
Your big challenge is to learn to become calm and present and even invigorated by the giant risk of being alive.
Marni is one of the most low-key and cerebral labels in Milan, but under the creative direction of Risso, who's just two seasons in—invigorated after a ten-year stint designing at Prada—
After decades of wanting to invigorate the downtown, Boynton Beach saw its growth stall to a crawl during the Great Recession, when an undesirable market further halted proposals.
By contrast, there is a clarity, awful to many on the left and invigorating to many on the right, about what...
For smaller parishes, such as St. Catherine of Siena in Hammond's Hessville section, or Our Lady of Perpetual Help in Hammond, getting a say in the matter has been invigorating, said the Rev. Charles Mosley, pastor for the two parishes.
Wilson says the growing family helped invigorate his six-day-a-week workouts, which began in the early mornings and included sessions at various times at USC and UCLA.
However, senior adviser Steve Bannon — who has consistently helped invigorate the president’s staunchest supporters — has long opposed the treaty.
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Origin and Etymology of invigorate
probably from in- + vigor
First Known Use: 1646See Words from the same year
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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