Verb(1) heighten or intensify(2) give life or energy to(3) make lively(4) impart vigor, strength, or vitality to
(1) Just the thought of Williams returning to invigorate the offense is enough to get people talking.(2) Splash it generously all over your body to remove that hot, sticky feeling, and cool you down, and refresh and invigorate the skin.(3) There is nothing like life-threatening riots to enliven a man and invigorate life.(4) I think it will further strengthen and invigorate and refresh the Federal Ministry as we move through this year.(5) Praising Jansenism or the products of its teaching remained an allusive way to proclaim the need for an animating conviction to invigorate liberal principles.(6) Then a warm bath or shower can be taken which should always be followed by a cool rinse at the end to invigorate blood circulation and stimulate surface warmth.(7) But it's really invigorating thing to do and there are lots of positive repercussions.(8) You forget how invigorating the natural environment is until you're right in the middle of it.(9) This time the wit of Bertman's concept invigorates the cast's delightful performances.(10) The words and thoughts in Lewty's art never succumb to the urgent clip of 21st-century urban life but keep instead to an obsolete, invigoratingly slow pace.(11) Its brand proposition as ├ö├ç├┐God's Own Country├ö├ç├û is well poised to become a common enough refrain about physical and mental invigoration brought about by the calming backwaters, herbs and aromas of Kerala.(12) Who knew, for example, that as unlikely a pairing as shrimp braised in carrot juice could produce something so invigoratingly succulent?(13) I was thinking that perhaps this might be a picturesque quality: a rupture of the composure of the song that enriches and invigorates the pop formula used to create it.(14) Not only are the recordings of an exemplary technical standard, remastering included, but from posterity's perspective, Beecham's Beethoven is still invigoratingly captivating and terrifically fresh.(15) It's beyond a mere physical invigoration , competitors must reach into the far recesses of emotional, intellectual and spiritual strength just to endure.(16) Now and then I would be crushed in her embrace, before being given one of the most invigorating massages of my life.