animating

[ verb an-uh-meyt; adjective an-uh-mit ]SEE DEFINITION OF animating

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Leave not then to me the business of inciting and animating you.

Fourthly, your animating and assisting of others to such endeuours.

The animating principle of Anglo-Saxon government was local sovereignty.

This was probably how the eye acquired the animating powers of the Giver of Life.

It became the presiding genius, and indeed the animating spirit, of his life.

He gave but expression to the feelings which were animating the breasts of his companions.

The animating principle had plainly departed, and left the statue a stone.

One will be roused to action, and will feel just right for some animating game.

It was an animating struggle, and equally exciting to pursuers and pursued.

The scene was one of the most animating and novel description.

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