- to give vigor to; fill with life and energy; energize.
Origin of invigorate
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Examples from the Web for reinvigoration
It was not a less weary life; he starved as miserably as before, and he began to find a means of reinvigoration in "drink."
After the amenities and regularities of the last few years, this easy life came as a rest and reinvigoration.Old Kensington
Food and drink and rest refresh fainting powers, and this reinvigoration is meant by "restoring my soul" or life.The Expositor's Bible: The Psalms, Vol. 1
Either condition prevents sound sleep and reinvigoration of the body.The Physical Life of Woman:
Dr. George H Napheys
Turning over his papers, he passed with a sense of reinvigoration to the matter before him.Phases of an Inferior Planet
- (tr) to give vitality and vigour to; animate; brace; refreshto be invigorated by fresh air
C17: from in- ² + Latin vigor vigour
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Word Origin and History for reinvigoration
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