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  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of energize.

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Examples

  • Today’s win energizes our work in Connecticut more than ever.

    2008 May Archive at spazeboy

  • When you hear Scripture saying of the Holy Spirit that He 'rested upon each 'of the Apostles (Ac 2: 3), or' came upon 'the Prophet (1Sm 11: 6), or' energizes '(1Co 12: 11), or is

    orrologion

  • So, is it a distraction when it doesn't play well with conservatives and a great piece of legislation when it "energizes" the base??

    Cafferty File

  • Yes … you are so right about us being so wound up about how Palin "energizes" you and you are right … … we absolutely don't want the you all hanging on the every word of the living embodiment of 'teh St00ped' … who managed to sink Mccain's presidential hopes the minute that idiot picked her for his running mate.

    CNN Political Ticker

  • "I'm interested in leadership and however I can lead - that excites me, that kind of energizes me," McDougall said.

    KentNewsNet.com

  • It kind of energizes you a little bit, gets you pumped up for next week. "

    theithacajournal.com -

  • "It really kind of energizes you a little, gets you pumped up for next week.

    Brownsville Herald :

  • "To see those guys come up and have success like that, it kind of energizes you.

    www.recordpub.com's Homepage Articles

  • Look for n|om that rocks them and for n|om that energizes their words, tuning them in to language that softens hearts and minds.

    The Bushman Way of Tracking God

  • Still, she energizes every scene she's in, i.e. every scene in the movie, which never for a moment loses track of her, or fails to show the action from Laura's point of view.

    Soderbergh Goes 'Haywire' With a Fast, Stylish Thriller

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