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synonyms for invigoration

  • activation
  • bracing
  • brisk
  • exhilarating
  • invigorating
  • refreshing
  • reinvigorating
  • renewing
  • restorative
  • stimulating
  • exhilarant
  • refreshful

antonyms for invigoration

MOST RELEVANT
  • boring
  • depressing
  • annoyance
  • discouragement
  • distrust
  • doubt
  • gloom
  • hindrance
  • hurt
  • injury
  • disbelief
  • impediment
  • denunciation
  • derision
  • deterrent
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            How to use invigoration in a sentence

            Breathing this air of the young sun's kiss of earth, his invigoration repelled the seductions of the burnt Oriental gums.
            THE AMAZING MARRIAGE, COMPLETEGEORGE MEREDITH
            Insight is not sadness, but invigoration,—is no sob or spasm, but clearness in the eye and calmness in the breast.
            THE ATLANTIC MONTHLY, VOL. 13, NO. 76, FEBRUARY, 1864VARIOUS
            To the one who believes not, nothing happens beyond the cleansing of his body and its invigoration.
            LOTUS BUDSAMY CARMICHAEL
            For invigoration or revitalizing, resort must be made to its primitive blood cause.
            SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN SUPPLEMENT, NO. 611, SEPTEMBER 17, 1887VARIOUS
            Three days later, Tom was rejoiced by symptoms of invigoration in his patient.
            THE GENTLEMAN FROM INDIANABOOTH TARKINGTON
            Still, did not get much refreshment or invigoration for the day's work, and felt accordingly.
            THE AUTHORITATIVE LIFE OF GENERAL WILLIAM BOOTHGEORGE SCOTT RAILTON
            Invigoration has come out of that which threatened life and joy out of that which made for sorrow.
            JUDGES AND RUTHROBERT A. WATSON
            In everything but trade we have missed the invigoration of foreign rivalry.
            THE ATLANTIC MONTHLY, VOLUME 20, NO. 121, NOVEMBER, 1867VARIOUS
            The system needs this means of invigoration as regularly as it does new supplies of food.
            A TREATISE ON ANATOMY, PHYSIOLOGY, AND HYGIENE (REVISED EDITION)CALVIN CUTTER
            By this change, there is mental relaxation attended with invigoration of the cerebral organ.
            A TREATISE ON ANATOMY, PHYSIOLOGY, AND HYGIENE (REVISED EDITION)CALVIN CUTTER
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