energize energize  /ˈɛ nər ˌdʒaɪz/

Definition(s):

  1. (v) cause to be alert and energetic
  2. (v) raise to a higher energy level

Derived Word(s)

Usage(s):

  1. Yet one mention of her detractors is enough to energize her.
  2. But you can't pretend it doesn't exist, and it will energize the Republican base.
  3. And the colored gels can be mixed and matched, so you can choose a yellow-green combination to energize you in the kitchen or a purple-red to get things started in the bedroom.

News

  1. Winthrop Student Wins ‘Energize Connecticut’

    Energize Connecticut, together with the Connecticut Energy Efficiency Fund, Connecticut Light & Power, and the United Illuminating Company, announced the winners of its ninth annual...
    on June 19, 2013     Source: Valley Courier

  2. Polson Student Wins ‘Energize Connecticut’

    Energize Connecticut, together with the Connecticut Energy Efficiency Fund, Connecticut Light & Power, and the United Illuminating Company, announced the winners of its ninth annual...
    on June 19, 2013     Source: The Source

  3. How to Energize Your Portfolio

    How to Energize Your Portfolio        
    on June 18, 2013     Source: The Motley Fool

Quotes

  1. "I think Devin has a lot of upside, but Jason Kidd is the type of all-league point guard our teams needs," Stackhouse said. "We just need a jolt. Adding a player like him can re-energize a team, hopefully."
    on Aug 28, 2006 By: Jerry Stackhouse Source: Leading The Charge

  2. "Senator Obama has proven he is able to energize young Americans, independents, and even moderate Republicans to support his candidacy," DeFazio said in a statement released by his office. "I believe he represents our best hope of winning in...
    on May 9, 2008 By: Peter DeFazio Source: International Herald Tribune

  3. "I feel like I have a full tank, and coming to a new team with a lot of guys who have a passion for football, that's going to re-energize me even more," Kerney said. "I'm boiling over just thinking about that first game next year. I couldn't...
    on Mar 7, 2007 By: Patrick Kerney Source: Forbes

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