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Adjective: invigorating  in'vi-gu,rey-ting
  1. Imparting strength and vitality
    "the invigorating mountain air"
Verb: invigorate  in'vi-gu,reyt
  1. Heighten or intensify
    "These paintings invigorate the imagination";
    - inspire, animate, enliven, exalt
  2. Give life or energy to
    "The cold water invigorated him";
    - quicken
  3. Make lively
    - enliven, liven, liven up, animate
  4. Impart vigour, strength, or vitality to
    "Exercise is invigorating";
    - reinvigorate

See also: animating, bracing, brisk, corroborant [archaic], enlivening, exhilarating, fresh, life-giving, refreshful, refreshing, renewing, restorative, revitalising [Brit], revitalizing, reviving, stimulating, tonic, vitalising [Brit], vitalizing

Type of: arouse, brace, energise [Brit], energize, excite, perk up, shake, shake up, stimulate, stir

Antonym: debilitating

Encyclopedia: Invigorate