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A stronger heart than Michael's might have quailed in his position; yet the pressure from without animated and invigorated him.
The draught invigorated Marius, it cheered Tressan's drooping spirits, and it quenched the Dowager's thirst.
ST. MARTIN'S SUMMERRAFAEL SABATINI
Both were endowed with unusual attractions of person, spirits invigorated by enthusiasm, and the loftiest heroism.
Every sphere of social life and every department of the Government required to be overhauled and invigorated.
BELGIUMGEORGE W. T. (GEORGE WILLIAM THOMSON) OMOND
Sire and sons returned from the cemetery invigorated for their dally labours.
AULD LICHT IDYLLSJ. M. BARRIE
He felt renewed, invigorated, and the ache at his head was gone.
THE SECRET WITNESSGEORGE GIBBS
In every age it has stimulated and invigorated the human mind.
COLLEGES IN AMERICAJOHN MARSHALL BARKER
Their manners and their minds are refined or corrupted, invigorated or dissolved together.
It was a glorious day, and we felt braced and invigorated by the pure air of the desert.
At the end of this time Barry came in, having invigorated his courage and spirits with a couple of glasses of brandy.

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