Definitions

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  • noun One who, or that which, invigorates.

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  • noun an agent that gives or restores life or vigor

Etymologies

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invigorate +‎ -or

Examples

  • Superfine invigorator; bold illuminator of the dim spaces of the brain; originator of the glow! which distils its rarest attars!

    My Tropic Isle

  • It represents, in fact, a life study of the science of life, in a concrete form of body-cell invigorator suitable to all mankind, from earliest infancy to advancing age, and this of a nature equally digestible and assimilable to both.

    Valere Aude Dare to Be Healthy, Or, The Light of Physical Regeneration

  • After taking another pull at the pipe of peace, we thanked him and took our departure, having no desire to be present when Atchison's invigorator commenced to invigorate his Indian brain.

    Dangers of the Trail in 1865 A Narrative of Actual Events

  • It is well known that fear has killed thousands of victims; while, on the other hand, _courage is a great invigorator_.

    In Tune with the Infinite or, Fullness of Peace, Power, and Plenty

  • The Merle twin still bore the album and the potent invigorator that was to make a new man of Judge Penniman.

    The Wrong Twin

  • The sputtering gift-bringer bestowed the orange upon Mrs. Penniman, the album upon Winona, and the invigorator upon the now embarrassed judge.

    The Wrong Twin

  • A wish was now expressed that the advertising placard might also be taken in order that Judge Penniman might see just what sort of new man the invigorator would make of him.

    The Wrong Twin

  • There were further details which seemed negligible to the philanthropist, because the pictured hero of the invigorator already suggested Judge Penniman, the ever-ailing father of Winona.

    The Wrong Twin

  • Night wore on, all on board the boat was stillness; all had retired for the night to enjoy Nature's refreshing invigorator, sleep.

    Life of Isaac Mason as a slave,

  • Superfine invigorator; bold illuminator of the dim spaces of the brain; originator of the glow! which distils its rarest attars!

    My Tropic Isle

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