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Use "invigorating" in a sentence
"Mr. Metcalfe found the title invigorating and was soon in negotiation with the brewery for a change of name at the Brakehurst Arms. It is true that Boggett still speaks of it as “the Brakehurst,” but the new name is plainly lettered for all to read: The Metcalfe Arms. And so Mr. Hargood-Hood passed out of the history of Much Malcock."
"Cons: The smell of the product is invigorating, which is the last thing you want when you're trying to sleep."
"While some predicted another syndicated talk show, WLS-Channel 7 President Emily Barr told Vocalo. org columnist Robert Feder that the station has more "invigorating" plans in store."