inspire

[ in-spahyuh r ]SEE DEFINITION OF inspire

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INSPIRE

Now we must choose if the example of our fathers and mothers will inspire us or condemn us.

These hopes that we have helped to inspire, we can help to fulfill.

It is a spectacle that may inspire the philosopher no less than the artist.

But there was much in the career of the great Napoleon to inspire enthusiasm.

The recollection served to inspire me with a new desperate courage.

She was beginning to inspire him with an indefinite uneasiness.

Then they did a thing that only a beloved leader could inspire.

Ziska bequeathed his skin to be used as a drum to inspire the valour of the Bohemians.

A proper consideration of the value of time, will also inspire habits of punctuality.

Oh there is a great future for us: you say I inspire you; let me!

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