- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of enliven.
“From the right came the distant roar of heavy artillery, such as enlivens the front night and day.”
“To my husband, favorite wordsmith, and love, Dan—your strength is a constant presence, a fire that enlivens my own.”
“The energy building in your core is a source of strength, ready to gestate whatever enlivens you as a woman.”
“Then, write down one action that enlivens each one.”
“Make room for what enlivens your energy; release what no longer inspires.”
“Thank your root for each creation and for the fire that enlivens your womanhood.”
“• As the Tea Party enlivens the political scene in the US, say what you like about them, but there is no doubting that they are patriots.”
“The transgressive hint of incest enlivens the unremitting good taste of the whole thing.”
“But Mr. Rhodes enlivens his lessons with some excellent stories.”
“It is also a fun book which enlivens dry screenprints with anecdotes about specific Tweeters and experiences on Twitter.”
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