- v. Simple past tense and past participle of invigorate.
- adj. with restored energy
“He looks trim and invigorated, which is surprising considering the weight that is probably riding on his shoulders.”
“The scoring title invigorated his already burgeoning reputation.”
“She was Cily whose absence left him desolate and restless, and whose return brought him the oddly combined sense of being relaxed and invigorated, which is falling in love.”
“Mr. Steel, the first outsider to run Wachovia, also held an employee pep rally in the atrium of Wachovia's headquarters, an experience that left him "invigorated," he said.”
“The Letters to Penthouse books, steeped in fantasy, "invigorated" my imagination though.”
“Q So, you're saying the four of them at least, even though they already were voting for Foster, will now go back with some kind of invigorated motivation to convince --”
“Still trying to figure out how Coastal Na'vi might handle Jungle N'avi creeping into their space due to decimated but newly 'invigorated' Darwinian leader types looking pretty worth a Na'vi WAG trying to up the gene pool 'n all, and needing a bit more room now the sprog crash pad in Dubai has sunk.”
“The parties at FITC in Amsterdam are (almost) legendary by now due to last years Plash5 performance, "invigorated" by free alcohol and company branded joints from a certain US streaming provider ...”
“Berlusconi told reporters outside his Rome residence that he felt "invigorated" after the ruling.”
“Silvio Berlusconi says he feels "invigorated" after Italy's constitutional court overturned a law granting him immunity whilst in office.”
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