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  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of vitalize.

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Examples

  • Access to organizations vitalizes competition in all systems, and competition sustains the social order.

    Juntas vs. Open Societies, Arnold Kling | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty

  • Regardless of our particular genesis and our eventual destination while sharing this planet, we also all draw from and need to give back to the river of life, which vitalizes, moves, and sustains life while in existence.

    Super Bugged

  • But I would not pay to listen to an indy band or a poetry slam I rarely do in the real world too, and SL lacks the crowd-energy that vitalizes these events in RL.

    Are we there yet? - SLOG

  • But I would not pay to listen to an indy band or a poetry slam I rarely do in the real world too, and SL lacks the crowd-energy that vitalizes these events in RL.

    Archive 2005-12-01

  • By its presence it vitalizes the body and forms this into a harmonious unity.

    Dictionary of the History of Ideas

  • It has zeal, no doubt, for salvation, but its highest zeal is for the honor of God, and it is this question which quickens its emotions and vitalizes its efforts.

    The Reformed Doctrine of Predestination

  • Like its more caustic relative, it plays the part of a solvent and liberator, refines and vitalizes the soil, and causes other ingredients to perform their part in building up the framework of plants.

    The Peanut Plant Its Cultivation And Uses

  • In the intense earnestness which vitalizes every line; each atom of the author's life appears to come throbbing and surging through it; every sentence seems endowed with a soul of its own, and looks up at you with human eyes.

    The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 20, No. 122, December, 1867

  • This living earnestness is the spark that illumines and vitalizes all.

    The Young Priest's Keepsake

  • But attention may be called to the very praiseworthy treatment of the comic characters -- notably Stephano and the gruff but kind-hearted hangman, Gronno -- and to the humanity which vitalizes the major personages, Carisophus in particular; to the dignity also, maintained throughout the play (the Collier episode alone excepted), and to the admirably dramatic suspense secured just before Damon's return.

    The Growth of English Drama

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