energize

[ en-er-jahyz ]SEE DEFINITION OF energize

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ENERGIZE

Our power to energize is from God and constantly sustained by God.

He needed the stimulation of sex completely to energize his faculties.

Someone think to energize the Executive Block's battle fields?

A true master purpose will quicken and energize the whole being.

Yet a vitalizing power, some inner dynamo, never failed to energize him.

Surely the judge can do something to energize the machinery of his court out of utter lethargy.

But, and this is my reply, they do so by other parts of their nature than those that energize physically.

The latter then act on the oscillations that are produced by the incoming waves and which energize the grid of the detector tube.

It imported Western campaigning techniques and made bold promises to revitalize and energize the economy.

In other words, the eddy currents circulating in the disc will energize the field magnet.

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