from The Century Dictionary.
- Invigorating; imparting vigor.
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The work in the gymnasium has three purposes: invigorative, reactive, and corrective.
For the effects -- formative, invigorative, provocative, -- of the Northern invasions had a most direct bearing on the expansion that was to come in the next age even for those staid and sober Western countries, England and France and Italy, which had long passed through their time of migration, and where the Vikings could not, as in the far north-east and north-west, extend the area of civilisation or geographical knowledge.
* Highly invigorative and helps tone up the nervous system
_ “We may then sum up the effects of a Vichy course, when judiciously prescribed, as restorative to the digestive and assimilative functions, and invigorative to the general health.
The essential point is the resuscitative and invigorative concentration of Negro power in the service of a new era and a Moslem propaganda, as well as the reaction thereby produced. "[