from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who or that which vitalizes. Also spelled vitalise.
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- n. someone who imparts energy and vitality and spirit to other people
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"In nervous diseases this remedy acts as a vitalizer, accomplishing what no drugs can do."
It ought to take a stronger vitalizer than water from the Great Lakes to induce anyone to believe such a story; and yet this company attained a remarkable success and had no difficulty in obtaining thousands of testimonials.
The electrically surcharged condition of the air was a constant vitalizer.
In the presence of the audience lies a fascination, an indefinable magnetism that stimulates all the mental faculties, and acts as a tonic and vitalizer.
The disease of his patients arrested by special remedies or broken by an effort of nature, he too often commenced the administration of alcohol in some one or more of its disguised and attractive forms, in order to give tone and stimulus to the stomach and nerves, and as a general vitalizer and restorative.
A variable speed chi vitalizer or machine, which has been approved by FDA in US and by other medical regulatory bodies in other advanced countries, has the feature of stimulating the body at different speeds or oscillations according to the varying needs and adaptations of one's body.
She didn’t want to step on the foot vitalizer, either.
In nervous diseases -- acts as a vitalizer, accomplishing what no drugs can do. "