invigoration[ in-vig-uh-reyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF invigoration
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INVIGORATION
This was varied by frequent baths, for cleanliness, not for invigoration.
It was a delight to breathe the warm salt air and feel its invigoration.
In other words, it demands the invigoration of the light and wholesome side of man.
Information is good, but invigoration is a thousand times better.
In Geneva, Melville, like Knox, received much of his invigoration for the work that awaited him on his return to his native land.
By vibration I mean an invigoration of forces, of which the rider ought always to be the agent.
These all having the same origin, require the same remedy, viz.: purification and invigoration of the blood.
As a result, China was able to build national armies in direct ratio with the invigoration of her national economic system.
Breathing this air of the young sun's kiss of earth, his invigoration repelled the seductions of the burnt Oriental gums.
To Robertson's counsels must be ascribed much of the invigoration which now began to mark the policy of the Company.