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- v. Present participle of electrify.
- adj. that electrifies
- adj. thrilling or startling
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- adj. causing a surge of emotion or excitement
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And some point to what they describe as the electrifying atmosphere of his endorsement of Barack Obama back in January.
Warren Sapp and Co. managed to contain electrifying quarterback
• Two intriguing perspectives on NHS white paper developments: Andy Cowper's When the going gets weird, the weird turn pro post and HSJ Editor Alistair McLellan's leader on Stephen Dorrell's "electrifying" - and pretty subversive intervention on the pace of reform.
The band's latest album, "Tassili," features contributions from members of TV on the Radio, Wilco and the Dirty Dozen Brass Band, and this show stands to be electrifying, which is always the case when Tinariwen takes the stage.
The only way it could get better is if it also raised the idea of electrifying railways, which is something we are going to need to to do to give us a much better range of power sources.
He recalls electrifying performances that inspired new dreams.
Known as an electrifying stage performer and an adept improviser, Williams effortlessly switched between musical styles.
Smokeless Cigarettes also know as electrifying cigarette and smokeless cigarette does not contain various hazardous chemicals that are found.
Cobbs will be more consistent but not nearly as electrifying, which is basically what this team is all about.
They were described as electrifying and inspiring.