Vocabulary Development Examples with Meaning: Stimulate

Real Spoken English Expression with Meaning in Daily Life –9
Real Spoken English Expression with Meaning in Daily Life –9
October 14, 2018
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Vocabulary Development Examples with Meaning: Stimulate

Stimulate (Verb)

Meaning: Raise levels of physiological or nervous activity in (the body or any biological system).


 

Synonym:

Invigorating: (Verb)

Meaning : making one feel strong, healthy, and full of energy.

He was invigorated by the positive feedback.

Bracing (Adjective)

Meaning: fresh and invigorating or stimulating

“You found it,” he said, bracing himself to haul her up.

She backed up slightly, bracing for his reaction.

He squeezed his eyes closed, bracing herself.

He changed into his own clothes and gathered the most important of his belongings before bracing himself to leave the room.

Energize: (Verb)

Meaning : give vitality and enthusiasm to.

Example: Students were energized by his ideas.

His rousing speech energized the crowd.

You’ll feel more energized after a bit of exercise.

Revive (Verb)

Meaning: give new strength or energy to.

Example:  The success of the book has revived her career.

The government is trying to revive the economy.

Their spirits were revived by his enthusiasm.

Refreshing (Verb)

Meaning : give new strength or energy to; reinvigorate.

Example: The shower had refreshed him.

Vitalizing: (Verb)

Meaning: give strength and energy to

Interest: (Verb)

Meaning: excite the curiosity or attention of (someone).

Example: Shashis’s interest is in learning geography.


Encourage: (Verb)

Meaning: give support, confidence, or hope to (someone).

Example: They were encouraged by the success of this venture.

Prompt: (verb)

Meaning: encourage (a hesitating speaker) to say something.

Example: “The Kashmir violence prompted a wave of refugees to flee the country”.

Kindle: (Verb)

Meaning: arouse or inspire (an emotion or feeling).

Example: “The love of art was kindled in me”.

Motivate: (Verb)

Meaning: cause (someone) to have interest in or enthusiasm for something.

Example: “The teacher’s job to motivate the child at school”


Trigger: (Verb)

Meaning: (of an event or situation) cause (someone) to do something.

Example: “Death of Helen’s father triggered her to follow a childhood dream and become a falconer”.

 

 

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