verb (used with object), in·vig·or·at·ed, in·vig·or·at·ing.
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Speaking of Cronenberg, you once said that making Cosmopolis “reinvigorated” your “ideas about acting.”
Have you ever fallen into a similar creative rut where you needed to be reinvigorated?
First, Lapid cannot pretend a reinvigorated Obama administration is not also in the room.
Instead of just another tired sequel, the new Bourne feels gutsy and reinvigorated.‘The Bourne Legacy’ Starring Jeremy Renner: 7 Reasons to See It!|Ramin Setoodeh|August 10, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Jay-Z is reinvigorated, witty, and good-humored, while West has reeled in some of his id-gone-haywire shtick.Best Music Albums of 2011: The Weeknd, Drake, Britney Spears, and More|Marlow Stern|December 31, 2011|DAILY BEAST
The air from the water revived, reinvigorated both himself and his horse.Wau-nan-gee or the Massacre at Chicago|Major John Richardson
His cheek appeared flushed with the hues of youth and reinvigorated hope, yet withal of a youth without innocence or charm.The Black Douglas|S. R. Crockett
It was a quite composed and reinvigorated Helen who summoned Bower from his contemplation of the weather portents.The Silent Barrier|Louis Tracy
Reinvigorated by the fresh salt plunge, they resumed their draperies and walked slowly to the temple.The Woman Who Vowed|Ellison Harding
It had sometimes been that by my strength I had reinvigorated his halting courage.The Fixed Period|Anthony Trollope