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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of enliven.
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- adj. made lively or spirited
- adj. made sprightly or cheerful
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However, I am sure that it will all be better when our household is more enlivened, which is soon to be the case, my dear mama.
Yet these abstract ideas were undoubtedly in him; you felt their presence while watching and listening to him; and the way in which he managed to embody them in homely phrase enlivened with a rude poetry was so marvellous, that one scarcely knew whether to feel astounded or amused.
This sorbet was made with melon and apricot and "enlivened" with the aniseet liqueur, Pernod.
"We have had an extremely positive conversation," Lacroix said following a meeting with Industry Minister Christian Estrosi yesterday - adding that he has been "enlivened" by the idea of continuing his business.
To be in a relationship with another means to be inside enlivened feelings with one another.
We all desperately want to enter spiritual time, the syncopated jazz of being in the enlivened moment.
He had been impressed by the quality of her writing, by the irony and acerbic humor that enlivened her copy.
Those hearing his words were filled with hope, and for myself, I must say that I am deeply enlivened at the thought of a new London.
Vaulted ceilings, corinthian columns, picture windows and snowy white rooms enlivened with the occasional burst of vibrant wallpaper make for a very different environment from the bare-bones mildewed hostels of yesteryear, though the animated social vibe has proven timeless.
Bernie has lately hit on the notion that F1 would be considerably enlivened if water were sprayed on the track at random moments during the race I'm not sure, but does anyone else detect a Flashdance influence here?
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