invigorate

[ in-vig-uh-reyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF invigorate
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These in their turn support and invigorate the nervous system.

The arts and inventions of each period are only its costume and do not invigorate men.

It has the climate of Madeira, and is fanned by the sea-breezes that invigorate but do not chill.

On the contrary, to extend and invigorate them is our true policy.

In a word, he sought to bring out and invigorate the character of his pupils.

The superlative Polar degree appeared to invigorate Mr. Barrett.

You will not rule me, but you will invigorate, and if you are petted, you shall not be spoilt.

They seemed to find their way into every fiber of our bodies, and invigorate every organ.

This watering will greatly enrich the soil, and invigorate the roots.

We shall only strengthen the former as we invigorate the latter.

WORD ORIGIN

1640s, from in- (2) + vigor + -ate (2). Earlier verb was envigor (1610s). Related: Invigorated; invigorating.

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