galvanize[ gal-vuh-nahyz ]SEE DEFINITION OF galvanize
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR GALVANIZE
Madame Rachel can only galvanize the corpse, not revivify it.
The touch of his hands and lips seemed to galvanize her into life.
Love is the only impulse which could galvanize him into life.
And, for Kings Port, navy yards do not galvanize dead trade.
His Polonaises, characterized by an energetic rhythm, galvanize and electrify the torpor of indifference.
The phrase, with its vivid significance, seemed to galvanize Grant into a species of comprehension.
Is it a fact or is it one of the fictions of fiction which it were well to stimulate and galvanize into life less persistently?
There is nothing that will galvanize a Highland Battalion into action like a sharp word of command with the "rs" well sounded.
Nevil should have stuck to that, instead of trying to galvanize the country and turning against his class.
Mr. Pemberton-Billing made a gallant effort to galvanize his colleagues into life.