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synonyms for enliven

  • animate
  • brighten
  • buoy
  • entertain
  • galvanize
  • invigorate
  • jazz up
  • juice up
  • recreate
  • rejuvenate
  • spice
  • stimulate
  • cheer
  • divert
  • excite
  • exhilarate
  • fire
  • gladden
  • hearten
  • inspirit
  • quicken
  • refresh
  • renew
  • restore
  • rouse
  • spark
  • vivify
  • zap
  • brace up
  • buck up
  • cheer up
  • fire up
  • give a lift
  • give life to
  • let sunshine in
  • pep up
  • perk up
  • pick up
  • put pep into
  • snap out of it
  • spice up
  • vivificate
  • wake up
  • work up
See also synonyms for: enlivened / enlivening
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antonyms for enliven

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  • bore
  • depress
  • discourage
  • dull
  • kill
  • bring down
  • calm
  • damage
  • dishearten
  • halt
  • stop
  • upset
  • enervate
  • exhaust
  • fatigue
  • subdue
  • tire
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How to use enliven in a sentence

Not only does it allow them to expand the scale of targeted audiences they can reach, it enlivens their first-party data with fresh information, she said.
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All players need to understand the game within the game better, shed their naivete sooner and garner confidence through realizing that their talent enlivens these sports.
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Despite their grim predicament, many protesters wore colorful costumes and enlivened the streets with dance and music, bringing reverberations of hope.
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That union of discovery and down-home familiarity enlivens her colorful Indonesian cookbook, which skims the country’s astonishing culinary wealth.
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They wrote many feature stories enlivened by the trial’s colorful protagonists.
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This enlivens the process of audience interaction and lead generation.
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The dinner was quiet and uninteresting, save for the cheerful efforts of Arobin to enliven things.
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I have, therefore, thought it expedient to enliven with paintings the whole habitation of the saint.
THE CATACOMBS OF ROMEWILLIAM HENRY WITHROW
He looked at her with a grave smile, which did not enliven his thoughtful eyes, but gave an inexpressible sweetness to his face.
RUTHELIZABETH CLEGHORN GASKELL
Birds and flowers do much to enliven the dusky house-windows of the London streets, and both are attended to with great care.
ST. NICHOLAS, VOL. 5, NO. 5, MARCH, 1878VARIOUS
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WORDS RELATED TO ENLIVEN

  • activate
  • arouse
  • cheer
  • embolden
  • encourage
  • energize
  • enliven
  • exalt
  • excite
  • fire
  • gladden
  • hearten
  • impel
  • incite
  • inform
  • inspire
  • inspirit
  • instigate
  • invigorate
  • kindle
  • liven
  • make alive
  • move
  • quicken
  • revive
  • revivify
  • rouse
  • spark
  • spur
  • stimulate
  • stir
  • urge
  • vitalize
  • vivify
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