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inspiriting

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • adj inspiriting cheerfully encouraging
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Quotations

  • Walter Lippmann
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    “Only the consciousness of a purpose that is mightier than any man and worthy of all men can fortify and inspirit and compose the souls of men.”

Usage

In literature:

In truth, she was inspirited by perceiving any door of escape.
"Hopes and Fears scenes from the life of a spinster" by Charlotte M. Yonge
An otter-hunt is a cheerful and inspiriting sport, and it is still carried on in some of the lakes of Cumberland.
"Anecdotes of Dogs" by Edward Jesse
Shawn sat near Mrs. Alden, and together they gazed upon the gay throng and enjoyed the inspiriting music.
"Shawn of Skarrow" by James Tandy Ellis
It was Washington's first battle; and, being a successful one, much inspirited him.
"The Farmer Boy, and How He Became Commander-In-Chief" by Morrison Heady
At the end of August I was seeing visions, not pleasant, inspiriting visions, but the indefinite, perplexing shapes of delirium.
"The Wonder" by J. D. Beresford
Dolly's heart leaped up; the stir was very inspiriting; and how lovely the sunshine was, and how pleasant the novelty!
"The End of a Coil" by Susan Warner
Further inspirited by his own tunefulness, he rose (and of course struck an attitude) and opened his mouth and sang.
"IT and Other Stories" by Gouverneur Morris
It must have been inspiriting to hear him.
"Highways and Byways in Surrey" by Eric Parker
How inspiriting that music is, and how beautiful everything looks!
"Not Like Other Girls" by Rosa N. Carey
The weather was fine, and the temperature inspiriting.
"A Winter Amid the Ice" by Jules Verne
If this were intended in any way to inspirit him, it failed of its effect.
"The Squirrel Inn" by Frank R. Stockton
Poppy, who all this while had been standing mute and considering, was at that moment struck by an inspiriting idea.
"The Carroll Girls" by Mabel Quiller-Couch
Carrie did not know much about the mechanical difficulties, but her confidence was inspiriting.
"Partners of the Out-Trail" by Harold Bindloss
It was inspiriting, all at once to see a way out of all difficulties.
"Ditte: Girl Alive!" by Martin Andersen Nexo
The news we received was by no means inspiriting, nor even the perspective view of matters becoming better.
"Los Gringos" by H. A. (Henry Agustus) Wise
It was greeted with applause, so spontaneous and genuine that it could not fail to be inspiriting.
"The Daughters of a Genius" by Mrs. George de Horne Vaizey
Inspirited by these reinforcements, General Gage determined to take the field.
"The Student's Life of Washington; Condensed from the Larger Work of Washington Irving" by Washington Irving
Why deprive him of a little healthful cheering and an inspiriting sight?
"Harper's Round Table, July 2, 1895" by Various
The performance thus far was not inspiriting, but it was amusing.
"King of Camargue" by Jean Aicard
A battery pounding shot into an enemy is the most inspiriting music a soldier can hear.
"The Boy Spy" by Joseph Kerby
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In news:

Seattle's Brite Futures is sure to inspirit your day with this live KEXP performance of dance rock pop that features songs from their album "Dark Past.".
'Defiant Requiem' powerfully inspirits a haunting past.
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In science:

Those researches inspirit us further to presume that the ¯S may impact the helicities.
Some helicities in electromagnetic and gravitational fields
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