invigorate : Definition, Usages, News and More
- v heighten or intensify
- v give life or energy to
The cold water invigorated him
- v make lively
- v impart vigor, strength, or vitality to
- Because it has been conceived as a national institution, the Museum can enrich and invigorate our cultural life.
- After taking a close look at the candidates in this race, I was more impressed by Senator Clinton's ability to meet the challenges of the presidency: end the war, re-invigorate the .
- In fact, a State Department-sponsored advisory group of Iraqi exiles has concluded that the country needs to double its output by the end of the decade to "invigorate Iraq's .
- Dale Tallon in New York Times
General Manager Dale Tallon said: "It just didn't seem that we carried over the energy that we had to finish the year last year. We felt we needed to send a message and invigorate this team."
- Neelie Kroes in European Voice
We need to make banks viable again without state support and to re-invigorate competition in the single market,Neelie Kroes, the European competition commissioner, said.
- Manmohan Singh in Sify
Singh said in a pre-departure statement in Delhi that his journey to Nigeria signified India's desire to "re-invigorate its ties with not only our friend and brother" Nigeria but the entire African continent. "As developing countries with a...