verb (used with object)
- enlisted man,
- enlisted woman,
Origin of enliven
Examples from the Web for enliven
A group of New York chefs show The Daily Beast how to enliven, or wholly recast, holiday table staples.
Liesl Schillinger calls for the return of big-screen romance and wit to enliven the season.
Personally, I hope Giuliani does run for president, if only to enliven a rather dull summer.
All these actions can add a synergistic spark to enliven your kisses.
And your babies are the most irresistible angels that ever came to bless and—enliven—a sordid world.Eve to the Rescue|Ethel Hueston
Kitty had served merely to enliven his tender recollections of her mother.The Drums Of Jeopardy|Harold MacGrath
She did all in her power to promote their enjoyment, and her benevolent smile was always ready to enliven and encourage them.
Certainly Pitt did his utmost to enliven her stay at the little residence at Park Place.William Pitt and the Great War|John Holland Rose
Many a tale of their wondrous adventures serves to enliven these sumptuous feasts.Sintram and His Companions|Friedrich de la Motte Fouque