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Find fun, V-day inspired baking recipe ideas here, for beginners and gurus, and remember baked goods are the perfect “I love you” gift for mentors, friends, family and beyond.

Queen Latifah is the star of this new CBS show, a reboot of the 1980s crime drama that inspired a film franchise starring Denzel Washington.

The Dallas-area founder was inspired to tackle the student loan debt crisis after talking with his daughter about the prospect of eventually paying down her own loan debt.

Sipped over ice — or simply breathed straight from the jar in the middle of the day — my Cyprus-inspired amaro gives me a shiver of instant recognition.

The result is a colorful, chili-inspired stuffed potato that is a nourishing meal in itself, and one you can count me in for anytime.

There is, however, a separate wing of AQAP designed to inspire their followers to conduct attacks against the West.

But these were technical solutions and unlikely to inspire protests alone.

The 2014 election was a wipeout, progressives say, because Democrats lacked a bold economic message to inspire voters.

Miraculously, Malala survived, and her courage, wisdom, and optimism have continued to transfix and inspire the world.

I would like to inspire some people from Africa, and my country, to try and work hard and be a supermodel.

Unfortunately Massna's record was not such as to inspire confidence in the purity of his intentions.

To attempt to cut out Mrs. Kaye I should need a little genuine enthusiasm; and frankly, your beloved prodigy does not inspire it.

I must also add, that the appearance and behaviour of the Chinese did not inspire me with the slightest apprehension.

Nor hast thou ever known, Aspasia,Or couldst thou comprehend the thoughts that onceThou didst inspire in me.

Their fatal ignorance of our sacred mysteries can only inspire us with tender compassion for our wandering brethren.


On this page you'll find 145 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to inspire, such as: affect, animate, arouse, cause, embolden, and excite.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.