inspirit

[in-spir-it]
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Also enspirit.

Origin of inspirit

First recorded in 1600–10; in-2 + spirit
Related formsin·spir·it·er, nounin·spir·it·ing·ly, adverbin·spir·it·ment, nounun·in·spir·it·ed, adjective
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Examples from the Web for inspiriting

Historical Examples of inspiriting

  • In this is the most inspiriting fact for the social reformer.

  • Then, too, she had just grasped a new idea, an idea at once noble and inspiriting.

    We Two

    Edna Lyall

  • Inez was not convinced, but his enthusiasm was most inspiriting.

    The White Mice

    Richard Harding Davis

  • This is a wild, inspiriting chase, and the natives are very fond of it.

    Hudson Bay

    R.M. Ballantyne

  • Her influence, we were told, was inspiriting to all on board.

    Woman's Work in the Civil War

    Linus Pierpont Brockett


British Dictionary definitions for inspiriting

inspirit

verb
  1. (tr) to fill with vigour; inspire
Derived Formsinspiriter, nouninspiriting, adjectiveinspiritingly, adverbinspiritment, noun
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