electrify[ ih-lek-truh-fahy ]SEE DEFINITION OF electrify
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You won't be left in hiding after such a dbut; you'll electrify society!
We will dynamite them afterwards, and electrify them last of all.
Now for a call upon my guest, to electrify him with my news.
The speech must electrify the public, even as it was then electrifying the House.
How may it electrify the soul, and suspend all its functions!
Intelligence, mind, and will were fast bound in a corpse which they could not electrify.
It is not her province to electrify by vocal gymnastics; she is the conveyer of emotion.
With opportunity given him, he had hoped one day to electrify the town.
The Government has proposed gradually to electrify the whole system.
Suppose she was not the first to startle and electrify her fellow town's people after all?