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Cassiodorus, with a noble enthusiasm, inspired his monks to their task.

But Daniel, a spiritual (inspired) man, explained it in spiritual language and then all could understand it.

The Spirit and the WordZachary Taylor Sweeney

His ambition and his simple personal successes had formerly distracted him from the sentiments which madame de Rnal had inspired.

Hayne's work is even less important, for he did not, like Timrod and Lanier, touch an occasional height of inspired utterance.

American Men of MindBurton E. Stevenson

And indeed this seems to be the meaning of the inspired writer.

Nadia saw at once that the young man was Russian; his face was phlegmatic, but pleasant, and at once inspired confidence.

Michael StrogoffJules Verne

The admiration that he inspired partook of zeal that almost amounted to craziness.

Shadows of the StageWilliam Winter

They are inspired by a commendable zeal for the honor of dogmatic theology.

Christianity and Greek PhilosophyBenjamin Franklin Cocker

Inspired by Minerva with a boldness not her own, she stood and watched this strange interloper.

But nothing served Rome more effectually than the respect which she inspired among all nations.

Classic French Course in EnglishWilliam Cleaver Wilkinson

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