Definition of "enlivenment" [enlivenment]

  • The act of enlivening; animation (noun) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "enlivenment" in a sentence
  • "They've made the choice to create a kind of enlivenment packaged as entertainment that presents the baser side of human experience, knowing that humans, out of their boredom, self-doubts, or lack of fulfillment, can be attracted to the negative if they don't have the option of turning to the positive that's packaged in an equally entertaining fashion."
  • "The causal mechanism has been postulated to be a field effect of consciousness: enlivenment of the unified field by the peace-creating group produces an effect of collective coherence that extends into the larger population."
  • "Originally conceived as an impressionistic portrait of Spencer, the image broadened into the enlivenment of her popular concept of the "under thirty" generation."