Antonyms for staled

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There have been other passions—aye, as great as yours—yet have they staled.

Again a miracle; these are things which cannot be staled by repetition.

The mystery of the ancient wood was not to be staled by use.

The Popes used them at last with a frequency that staled their effect.

The information, however, was not particularly new to me, and the effect was staled by previous rehearsals.

There was no piquancy left in anything; all had palled and staled on their cloyed palates.

They were most creditable tales and entertaining too at a first hearing, but they staled, as all tales must, with repetition.

They were not staled and blas, those simple people, but as fresh as children for the game in hand.

He was a brave man, but of a narrow and unsympathetic school, staled by continuous service throughout the war.

Of course, its piquancy may have been staled by too frequent use—but "this is another story."