Definition of inspirit in English:

inspirit

Syllabification: in·spir·it
Pronunciation: /inˈspirit
 
/

verb (inspirits, inspiriting, inspirited)

[with object] (usually as adjective inspiriting)
Encourage and enliven (someone): the inspiriting beauty of Gothic architecture
More example sentences
  • I'm still inspirited by how authentically she captures-she incarnates-Smith's signature style, her particular way of voicing herself, of being in the world.
  • From ‘the cacophonous and diligent howling’ of dogs to the ‘enchanting and inspiriting sound of mandolins’, the paired adjectives are ‘correct and satisfactory’.
  • To see the history I was engaged with being protected to maintain the large, inspiriting Nightingale narrative was a sobering, but not baffling, experience.

Derivatives

inspiritingly

adverb
More example sentences
  • But then, Lord Jenkins is an inspiritingly undisappointed man.

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