inspirit[ in-spir-it ]SEE DEFINITION OF inspirit
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INSPIRIT
"Of course they can't," said Dockwrath, who wished to inspirit the witnesses on his own side.
If this were intended in any way to inspirit him, it failed of its effect.
They had a spell of steady swimming, companionship to inspirit it.
The arrival of the letter from Lechworthy did nothing to inspirit him.
He thought of this frequently, and allowed the thought to inspirit him.
Oh, what glorious days these were, quite enough to inspirit any one!
Strange how often his philosophy and experience of life came back to inspirit her!
She listened, and understood that he was afraid of something—that he wanted to inspirit her.
He feels that it is his duty to discover authors and inspirit them.
His purpose in making this prodigious effort was to inspirit other nations to similar patriotic exertions.