Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • To inspire anew.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • transitive verb To inspire anew.

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.

  • verb to inspire again.

Etymologies

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License

re- +‎ inspire

Examples

  • With your column, you too, could have chosen to "reinspire" or "reinspirit".

    The Common Room

  • Call on the playful and productive masculine energies (and heal the negative masculine forms that operate through aggression and domination) that arise from both sides of your lineage to reinspire your own masculine nature; call on the nurturing and intuitive feminine energies (and heal patterns of victimization that signal a disempowered feminine) from both sides of your lineage to reinspire your own feminine nature.

    Wild Feminine

  • Call on the playful and productive masculine energies (and heal the negative masculine forms that operate through aggression and domination) that arise from both sides of your lineage to reinspire your own masculine nature; call on the nurturing and intuitive feminine energies (and heal patterns of victimization that signal a disempowered feminine) from both sides of your lineage to reinspire your own feminine nature.

    Wild Feminine

  • Holly was so dejected by the hours of work wasted that she changed into her comfortable walking boots and headed out for the two-mile walk to Blue Crab Cove, hoping the beautiful inn would reinspire her to work on the recipes later.

    The Love Goddess’ Cooking School

  • Holly was so dejected by the hours of work wasted that she changed into her comfortable walking boots and headed out for the two-mile walk to Blue Crab Cove, hoping the beautiful inn would reinspire her to work on the recipes later.

    The Love Goddess’ Cooking School

  • Holly was so dejected by the hours of work wasted that she changed into her comfortable walking boots and headed out for the two-mile walk to Blue Crab Cove, hoping the beautiful inn would reinspire her to work on the recipes later.

    The Love Goddess’ Cooking School

  • She could reinspire and reinspirit; she chooses merely to excite.

    Pro-War WaPo Editorial Page Endorses Obama

  • She could reinspire and reinspirit; she chooses merely to excite.

    Ben Cohen: 10 Republicans Who Should Stay

  • On June 5, 1979, The New York Times concluded an editorial in these terms: "As much as the visit of John Paul II must reinvigorate and reinspire the Roman Catholic Church in Poland, it does not threaten the political order of the [Polish] nation or of Eastern Europe."

    How Benedict XVI Will Make History

  • She could reinspire and reinspirit; she chooses merely to excite.

    Palin's Failin'

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