Definitions

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  • verb Present participle of vitalize.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adjective giving or having the power to give life and spirit

Etymologies

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Examples

  • I realized that although we were surrounded by all this air, it was up to us to breathe more deeply if we were to optimize its vitalizing and health effects, and that the same applied to water and that it was up to us to drink more to optimize its vitalizing effects.

    The Sacred Promise

  • I wondered if the same applied to all this Spirit or Spiritual Energy around us, and that it was up to us to choose to use its vitalizing health effects.

    The Sacred Promise

  • What can one say, then, of this Jew who, from Florida to Rome, in Naples and New York, but also from Rhodes to Budapest and Manilla to Kinshasa, devoted his life to vitalizing the sacred letter?

    Bernard-Henri Lévy: A Tribute to Edmond Safra

  • I wondered if the same applied to all this Spirit or Spiritual Energy around us, and that it was up to us to choose to use its vitalizing health effects.

    The Sacred Promise

  • Given the products at issue, “plenish,” “vitalizing mist,” and “wash” were not sufficiently distinctive in themselves to render the marks dissimilar.

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  • What can one say, then, of this Jew who, from Florida to Rome, in Naples and New York, but also from Rhodes to Budapest and Manilla to Kinshasa, devoted his life to vitalizing the sacred letter?

    Bernard-Henri Lévy: A Tribute to Edmond Safra

  • What can one say, then, of this Jew who, from Florida to Rome, in Naples and New York, but also from Rhodes to Budapest and Manilla to Kinshasa, devoted his life to vitalizing the sacred letter?

    Bernard-Henri Lévy: A Tribute to Edmond Safra

  • What can one say, then, of this Jew who, from Florida to Rome, in Naples and New York, but also from Rhodes to Budapest and Manilla to Kinshasa, devoted his life to vitalizing the sacred letter?

    Bernard-Henri Lévy: A Tribute to Edmond Safra

  • What can one say, then, of this Jew who, from Florida to Rome, in Naples and New York, but also from Rhodes to Budapest and Manilla to Kinshasa, devoted his life to vitalizing the sacred letter?

    Bernard-Henri Lévy: A Tribute to Edmond Safra

  • I realized that although we were surrounded by all this air, it was up to us to breathe more deeply if we were to optimize its vitalizing and health effects, and that the same applied to water and that it was up to us to drink more to optimize its vitalizing effects.

    The Sacred Promise

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