stimulation[ stim-yuh-leyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF stimulation
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And yet no, not paralyzing; he could not but recognize that the shock had in reality been a stimulation.
Slowly, the stimulation of the encounter faded, and he shook his head.
He does not lay stress on the stimulation of vanity and false pride.
The stimulation is supplied by the salts also secreted by these glands.
His environment and the company had given him a fair degree of stimulation.
But the target of an immobile can lacked in stimulation to concord of nerve and eye.
He had neither the dread nor the stimulation of coming danger.
What, therefore, was wanted was not stimulation, but repose.
The stimulation of fireworks, or of kaleidoscopic effects, seems to us trivial.
In a few hours the initial effects of stimulation had worn off.