To impart vigor, strength, or vitality to; animate: "A few whiffs of the raw, strong scent of phlox invigorated her” ( D.H. Lawrence). (verb-transitive)
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Use "invigorate" in a sentence
"National Union - Patriotic Front (ZANU-PF), said the issue of succession would not be on the agenda of the meeting, which was meant to "invigorate" the party."
"Surely the video, and the ones to come, will continue to "invigorate" our political life - perhaps a bit more than the Aftergoods of this world would like."
"So throwing money at Chuck E. Cheese might look like a great way to "invigorate" the economy, but it's clearly a bad idea."