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Having the effect of inspiring someone.‘he was an inspiring teacher’‘the scenery is not very inspiring’
- ‘But further, he does say many true and inspiring things.’
- ‘We are grateful to have been given the opportunity to work with such a dedicated and inspiring man.’
- ‘This is an eloquent, passionate, inspiring book.’
- ‘Afterward, in private, I asked the chief scientist where he got the funding for such an ambitious, inspiring, yet impractical experiment.’
- ‘Coming from a young artist, her works are most inspiring.’
- ‘The clashing mix of styles works surprisingly well together to create an inspiring environment.’
- ‘The music selections support your stride in perfect walking rhythm, while engaging your emotions with familiar, inspiring tunes.’
- ‘We need to hear beautiful, inspiring words about age, about looking old, about celebrating our wrinkles.’
- ‘The image presented of military medical and nursing staff members is not very inspiring.’
- ‘On Saturday and Sunday, the conference will offer inspiring ideas and thought-provoking speakers.’
- ‘This year, consider a getaway to a room with an inspiring view.’
- ‘For photographers, architecture can be one of the most inspiring subjects.’
- ‘This unprecedented victory offers an inspiring example of the power of social investing.’
- ‘Search our database for engaging experiments, dramatic demonstrations and inspiring investigations to carry out with your class.’
- ‘These efforts make inspiring reading, which is why I have mentioned them in some detail here.’
- ‘Their inspiring successes paint a vivid picture of how this is necessary.’
- ‘Thank you for an inspiring cover story on the billion-dollar companies.’
- ‘Some of the photographs and stories were sombre but overall they sent a positive and inspiring message.’
- ‘An inspiring call to arousal is repeated no less than five times in this liturgical verse.’
- ‘They give pedagogy lectures and presentations on campus and at state and national conferences, where they attend inspiring and informative recitals and sessions.’
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