Inducing enthusiasm or excitement; stirring: a rousing sermon. (adjective)
Lively; vigorous: a rousing march tune. (adjective)
Used as an intensive: a rousing lie. (adjective)
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Use "rousing" in a sentence
"Leila Abu Saba posts a statement by Israeli activist, Shulamit Aloni, read at the Saturday Gaza protest, which she described as a rousing speech."
"Anyone who can preach what you call rousing sermons is considered"
"Nor could he wait the hour designated; for he was fifteen minutes ahead of time in rousing his guest."