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

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Examples

  • Afghans say withdrawal timeline 'invigorates' Taliban

    WN.com - Photown News

  • Afghans say withdrawal timeline "invigorates" Taliban

    WN.com - Photown News

  • Withdrawal timeline 'invigorates' Taliban, Afghan officials say

    WN.com - Photown News

  • "It kind of invigorates the show because we've had a character who's been on top for four seasons.

    Entertainment Weekly's Hollywood Insider

  • A blast of cold air sweeps past your face through the destroyed windshield, it invigorates; you gather strength and shove heavily against the door.

    Moment of Impact

  • Yes, the sacrilegious rhetoric invigorates faltering political campaigns by drawing the attention of media, but the destruction of relationships and families that love unconditionally is a terrible price to pay for swollen egos.

    Aaron Anson: The Irony of 'Love the Sinner But Hate the Sin'

  • It fills your lungs with a purity and freshness that invigorates and motivates a love for living.

    Chicken Soup for the Soul: Thanks Dad

  • … Today, the hula hoop is at the center of a national fitness trend that improves flexibility and coordination, relieves stress, allows for creative expression through dance and even invigorates sexuality, said Omahan Chelsea Taxman, 21, who recently started a local hula hoop troop.

    Hooping.org | Blog | There's a Hooping Revolution in Omaha

  • In "The Gilgul of Park Avenue," Protestant Charles Luger literally becomes Jewish in a Manhattan taxi cab, a metamorphosis that distresses his wife and psychologist, yet invigorates Luger.

    Nathan Englander - An interview with author

  • His long-time live band, the Pariah Dogs, have a fluency that invigorates songs such as the pedal steel-driven New York City's Killing Me and stands in stark contrast to LaMontagne's excruciating awkwardness.

    Ray LaMontagne

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