invigorating

[ in-vig-uh-reyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF invigorating
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INVIGORATING

And then the wonderful deliciousness and invigorating quality of the air!

The cold was steady and could be depended upon; moreover, it was healthful and invigorating.

The sunshine was brilliant and the air cool and invigorating.

Mixed with water it is cooling and invigorating for sponging the body.

Let me for a while inhale the breath of an invigorating literature.

However, the invigorating touch of cold water brought about a reaction.

It is like wine in its invigorating qualities, like wine, suh.

Nor had he to wait long before its invigorating effects were instantaneous.

It was a brilliant, starry evening, one of Minnesota's brightest and most invigorating.

And it was wonderful how invigorating this rich meat essence proved.

WORD ORIGIN

1690s, adjective from present participle of invigorate. Related: Invigoratingly.

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