It is a quickener of the intellect, a purifier of the affections, and an instrument of heightening our spiritual aspirations.
It was a quickener to him, that his road lay for some distance along the Linden-city causeway.
As a teacher he proved himself a quickener of thought amongst students, rather than a close and special instructor.
Henry's silence was probably meant as a quickener of the beadsman's garrulity.
And truly Mr. Chesterton is invaluable as a quickener and stimulator of the minds of his readers.
quicken quick·en (kwĭk'ən)
v. quick·ened, quick·en·ing, quick·ens
To become more rapid.
To reach the stage of pregnancy when the fetus can be felt to move.