Definition of invigorate in English:

invigorate

verb

[WITH OBJECT]
  • Give strength or energy to.

    ‘the shower had invigorated her’
    • ‘It is also a chance to start building a new generation of theatre-goers as well as invigorating the current one.’
    • ‘A victorious Nato would ultimately emerge as a strengthened and invigorated alliance.’
    • ‘You forget how invigorating the natural environment is until you're right in the middle of it.’
    • ‘Then a warm bath or shower can be taken which should always be followed by a cool rinse at the end to invigorate blood circulation and stimulate surface warmth.’
    • ‘I think it will further strengthen and invigorate and refresh the Federal Ministry as we move through this year.’
    • ‘I was thinking that perhaps this might be a picturesque quality: a rupture of the composure of the song that enriches and invigorates the pop formula used to create it.’
    • ‘It's always very interesting to see how the ranch air invigorates people when they come down from Washington.’
    • ‘Splash it generously all over your body to remove that hot, sticky feeling, and cool you down, and refresh and invigorate the skin.’
    • ‘Now and then I would be crushed in her embrace, before being given one of the most invigorating massages of my life.’
    • ‘Just the thought of Williams returning to invigorate the offense is enough to get people talking.’
    • ‘Great writing for the theatre, be it Shakespeare, Chekhov or Miller, fuels and invigorates the performer as it's being spoken.’
    • ‘You leave feeling as if every part of your body has been pampered - you're invigorated from top to toe.’
    • ‘The walk invigorated her, readying her for the fight.’
    • ‘But it's really invigorating thing to do and there are lots of positive repercussions.’
    • ‘This time the wit of Bertman's concept invigorates the cast's delightful performances.’
    • ‘Praising Jansenism or the products of its teaching remained an allusive way to proclaim the need for an animating conviction to invigorate liberal principles.’
    • ‘There is nothing like life-threatening riots to enliven a man and invigorate life.’
    • ‘It strengthens the lungs to resist the effects of sudden changes in the air, and it healthfully braces and invigorates the chest.’
    • ‘As the new congressional session gets into gear, a freshly invigorated gun control movement is preparing to act.’
    • ‘Gels are commonplace from lime Jell-o to invigorating minty shower gels.’
    revitalize, energize, refresh, revive, vivify, brace, rejuvenate, enliven, liven up, perk up, wake up, animate, galvanize, electrify, stimulate, motivate, rouse, exhilarate, excite
    rally, hearten, uplift, encourage, fortify, strengthen, put new heart in, put new life in, put new strength in
    buck up, pep up, give a new lease of life to
    revitalizing, energizing, refreshing, reviving, vivifying, bracing, rejuvenating, enlivening, restorative
    galvanizing, electrifying, stimulating, rousing, exhilarating, exciting
    rallying, heartening, uplifting, encouraging, fortifying, strengthening, health-giving, healthy, tonic
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Origin

Mid 17th century: from medieval Latin invigorat- made strong from the verb invigorare, from in- toward + Latin vigorare make strong (from vigor vigor).

Pronunciation

invigorate

/inˈviɡəˌrāt/