invigorated[ in-vig-uh-reyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF invigorated
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INVIGORATED
Then, refreshed and invigorated, he lighted his lamp and dressed leisurely.
How fresh and invigorated do we come forth from these intervals of peace!
The cool of the evening invigorated the pony, and we pushed on.
The news of this success must have invigorated the army under Charlemagne.
Refreshed and invigorated by the food and the sleep, they renewed the march.
The refreshing breeze which had sprung up cooled and invigorated her.
It was cool and delightful now and he felt refreshed and invigorated.
By the time he had finished, he felt quite toned up and invigorated.
And William was always cheered and invigorated by her visits.
He found an ewer and basin, and his ablutions refreshed and invigorated him.