Of such surpassing brilliance or excellence as to suggest divine inspiration: an inspired musician; an inspired performance. (adjective)
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Use "inspired" in a sentence
""The Prayer Book isn't inspired, I know," said an old coast-guardsman some years ago to a friend of mine, "but, sure and certain, _'tis as bad as inspired_!""
"Throughout 2004, before thousands took to the streets in November and December to protest a stolen election, the phrase inspired a democratic youth organization, a website and a song."
"The phrase "inspired by a true story" affixes itself to novels like a warning label: Beware sententious moralizing."