Definition of invigorating in English:

invigorating

Syllabification: in·vig·or·at·ing
Pronunciation: /inˈvigəˌrātiNG
 
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adjective

Making one feel strong, healthy, and full of energy: a brisk, invigorating walk
More example sentences
  • Women rode the social chaos of the '60s into an invigorating freedom.
  • I found the event to be a musically invigorating experience.
  • Think back to something you did on your own recently - perhaps an invigorating run or a peaceful moment of solitary reflection.

Derivatives

invigoratingly

adverb
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  • At times her story is invigoratingly liberating, at others it's tinged with sadness.
  • Not only are the recordings of an exemplary technical standard, remastering included, but from posterity's perspective, Beecham's Beethoven is still invigoratingly captivating and terrifically fresh.
  • The words and thoughts in Lewty's art never succumb to the urgent clip of 21st-century urban life but keep instead to an obsolete, invigoratingly slow pace.

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