Definition of invigorating in English:



  • Making one feel strong, healthy, and full of energy.

    ‘a brisk, invigorating walk’
    • ‘Collectively, the band members have a ton of live show experience under their belt and they know what makes for an invigorating show.’
    • ‘Women rode the social chaos of the '60s into an invigorating freedom.’
    • ‘The invigorating consequences of success in Europe outweigh the risk of distraction.’
    • ‘Their invigorating, mild flavor is a key ingredient in tabbouleh, a Middle Eastern salad.’
    • ‘Around noon we head out for either an invigorating hike or rock climbing.’
    • ‘The invigorating, sometimes harrowing production clocks in at just over an hour.’
    • ‘Together they forged an invigorating intellectual climate that has profoundly shaped my career.’
    • ‘All in all, it was a very invigorating exchange.’
    • ‘This invigorating full body treatment is carried out by two therapists simultaneously.’
    • ‘I found the event to be a musically invigorating experience.’
    • ‘The sea is filled with small jellyfish, but we run in anyway for an invigorating swim.’
    • ‘What an invigorating approach this can be for students who believe they cannot find time to practice in a certain period of the semester.’
    • ‘Think back to something you did on your own recently - perhaps an invigorating run or a peaceful moment of solitary reflection.’
    • ‘Wake up with an invigorating 5K run/walk.’
    • ‘A visit to one of the wonderful country pubs in the region might be the perfect end to an invigorating day.’
    • ‘He also manages to film one of the most invigorating car chases in years.’
    • ‘Such an invigorating programme will ensure that Musselburgh is a hotbed of contemporary dance.’
    • ‘Audiences get much more than just invigorating entertainment.’
    • ‘There is an invigorating, clean scent in the air.’
    • ‘Visitors come here for an invigorating experience in the fountain.’