Definition of inspiring in English:


Line breaks: in|spir¦ing
Pronunciation: /ɪnˈspʌɪərɪŋ


Having the effect of inspiring someone: he was an inspiring teacher the scenery is not very inspiring
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  • The clashing mix of styles works surprisingly well together to create an inspiring environment.
  • Coming from a young artist, her works are most inspiring.
  • This year, consider a getaway to a room with an inspiring view.



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  • This inspiringly abstract disc juxtaposes two items for clarinet and string quartet, both of which are essentially reflections on the medium, the sonority itself.
  • On the site where once the truth, the whole truth and more or less the truth was relayed to a gullible nation, there will soon be a hotel, inspiringly titled The Scotsman.
  • Anyone who can speak so inspiringly and who has done so much in a major sport should surely now find plenty of opportunities in New Zealand.

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