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invigorant

[ in-vig-er-uhnt ]
/ ɪnˈvɪg ər ənt /
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noun

a tonic.

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Origin of invigorant

First recorded in 1815–25; invigor(ate) + -ant
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  • Ginseng is popularly supposed to be an invigorant, and Japanese doctors in Korea have lately declared that it has some value.

    The Foundations of Japan|J.W. Robertson Scott
  • So was he, a moral invigorant, the stimulator to noble action, the centre of spiritual charm.

    Charles Carleton Coffin|William Elliot Griffis, D. D.
  • Best invigorant, is Kotalko, contains genuine bear oil and other potent ingredients.

  • He was wet and cold, and the exercise acted as a lively invigorant.

    Mingo|Joel Chandler Harris
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