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  • as inmoving
  • as inbracing
  • as inexhilarant
  • as inexhilarating

synonyms for stimulative

  • eloquent
  • emotional
  • expressive
  • gripping
  • heartbreaking
  • heartrending
  • inspirational
  • inspiring
  • meaningful
  • persuasive
  • poignant
  • stirring
  • stunning
  • touching
  • arousing
  • awakening
  • impelling
  • motivating
  • propelling
  • provoking
  • quickening
  • rallying
  • rousing
  • stimulating
  • affective
  • breathless
  • dynamic
  • emotive
  • facund
  • far-out
  • felt in gut
  • grabbed by
  • hairy
  • impressive
  • mind-bending
  • mind-blowing
  • sententious
  • significant
  • something
  • turned on by
  • refreshing
  • invigorating
  • tonic
  • crisp
  • rousing
  • quickening
  • restorative
  • chilly
  • stimulating
  • energizing
  • animating
  • cool
  • fresh
  • lively
  • vigorous
  • reviving
  • exhilarative
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antonyms for stimulative

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  • dull
  • fixed
  • immobile
  • permanent
  • stationary
  • unemotional
  • unexciting
  • unmoving
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    How to use stimulative in a sentence

    Furthermore, he said, stimulative government aid like the CARES Act is meant to be “spent and magnify across the economy” in the near term by, for instance, leading to increased purchases at local businesses.
    DEBT COLLECTORS HAVE MADE A FORTUNE THIS YEAR. NOW THEY’RE COMING FOR MORE.BY PAUL KIEL AND JEFF ERNSTHAUSENOCTOBER 5, 2020PROPUBLICA
    It is in a measure the same sort of influence that in a later chapter is termed “stimulative education.”
    EUTHENICS, THE SCIENCE OF CONTROLLABLE ENVIRONMENTELLEN H. RICHARDS
    The first German volume appeared in 1866; its stimulative effect upon musical Europe has been indicated.
    THE LIFE OF LUDWIG VAN BEETHOVEN, VOLUME I (OF 3)ALEXANDER WHEELOCK THAYER
    Should have a wide circulation, it is interesting and stimulative.
    THE BROWNING CYCLOPDIAEDWARD BERDOE
    Local applications, stimulative in character, are beneficial, and the internal administration of strychnin is indicated.
    LAMENESS OF THE HORSEJOHN VICTOR LACROIX
    Deeply pitted in spots, showing bulbous eruptions, indicating the stimulative nature of this pigment.
    PAINT TECHNOLOGY AND TESTSHENRY A. GARDNER
    This would seem to be final proof that pigments of a stimulative nature should never be used for the priming of iron and steel.
    PAINT TECHNOLOGY AND TESTSHENRY A. GARDNER
    This has had a stimulative effect on the logging business, for now the logger is independent of the snow.
    HANDWORK IN WOODWILLIAM NOYES
    So well is its stimulative action known, that some individuals always keep salt in the troughs containing the animal's food.
    THE AMERICAN REFORMED CATTLE DOCTORGEORGE DADD
    His influence, however, was very stimulative, and he inspired when he did not instruct.
    RECOLLECTIONS OF A LONG LIFEJOHN STOUGHTON
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    WORDS RELATED TO STIMULATIVE

    • animating
    • chilly
    • cool
    • crisp
    • energizing
    • exhilarative
    • fresh
    • invigorating
    • lively
    • quickening
    • refreshing
    • restorative
    • reviving
    • rousing
    • stimulating
    • stimulative
    • tonic
    • vigorous
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