- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of animate.
“Though her drawings are understandably somewhat amateur, one can see that the pastoral ideal found on porcelain animates her Chinese scenes; she drew landscapes that were filled with flowers, butterflies, streams, fishermen, and Chinese architecture.”
“Now he "animates" sand by drawing and redrawing live, at times in front of an audience.”
“Entreat them to go there with a belief in the good disposition of nations to one another, such as animates you, the members of a score of parliaments, and may it be your great reward, when you next assemble a year hence, to know that as a result of your labors the light of peace burns with a steadier and a more radiant flame.”
“The bold but subtle planes of the robust little head suggest mobility; a distinct person animates the inert material that Rodin manipulated so skillfully.”
“In the end, Ms. Granholm's argument is simply a form of the same economic narcissism that animates people who never lose the charming faith that they know best how to spend other people's money.”
“A playful yet rigorous approach to language animates her stirring music.”
“Though his faces are the essence of simplicity — just a few lines and two dark coals for eyes — Kumeta animates them with skill, registering the full gamut of emotions from anger to joy.”
“Yet even in an expanded setting, the trio's chemistry animates the music.”
“Mr. Dunning says his scholarly work animates his teaching and inspires his students.”
“Please, Mr. Langone, it isn't necessary to demonstrate your good faith by acceding to some portion of the redistributionist philosophy that animates President Obama and his supporters.”
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