verb (used with object), en·er·gized, en·er·giz·ing.
verb (used without object), en·er·gized, en·er·giz·ing.
- energy audit,
- energy band
Origin of energize
Examples from the Web for energise
The Romans relatively failed to develop the mythopœic faculty because their conditions caused them to energise more in other ways.The Evolution of States|J. M. Robertson
Then the footman was told to energise the gramophone, which in its specially designed case stood in a corner.The Pretty Lady |Arnold E. Bennett
No instinct is more inevitable, more sure to energise, than this.What Is and What Might Be|Edmond Holmes
They represent contrary principles; they perform different functions; they engender and energise dissimilar processes.Feminism and Sex-Extinction|Arabella Kenealy
If, then, such current were employed to energise a magnet, that magnet would give 100 tugs per second.Marvels of Scientific Invention|Thomas W. Corbin