- n quality of being active or spirited or alive and vigorous
- n the activity of giving vitality and vigour to something
- And everywhere the 2,000-m mountains and the apple and peach and apricot orchards give a bell-like invigoration to the air.
- Ironically, it was the threat itself that produced an awakening and invigoration of national life as perhaps nothing else could have.
- When your whole body has been rubbed with menthol balm, it's hard to know whether you're hot or cold, but that sensory invigoration was just what Thailand's Siriporn (Samson .
- Drayton McLane in Forbes
I felt for a number of reasons, we needed new direction, invigoration, to play with more enthusiasm and play more like a champion,McLane said.
- Alex Salmond in Scotsman
Mr Salmond said: "I have long advocated the re-invigoration of the JMC and I was delighted to welcome Paul Murphy to Edinburgh today to discuss the detailed arrangements around getting the vital JMC process up and running again by this summer. I...
- Trace Adkins in CMT.com
Toby has said this new music has a smile on it, and maybe that's just a reflection of where I'm at right now,Adkins said. "I have this new sense of invigoration, and making this record was a lot of fun."