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invigorating

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishinvigoratingin‧vig‧o‧ra‧ting /ɪnˈvɪɡəreɪtɪŋ/ adjective 🔊 🔊 HEALTHYmaking you feel healthy and giving you a lot of energy 🔊 an invigorating swim before breakfast
Examples from the Corpus
invigoratingcold, invigorating airBut he found flying and sailing both more invigorating and he kept procrastinating.The Intimate Machine raises many issues concerning the social impact of computers in an invigorating and highly readable manner.It is a state of exaltation of the individual, a great and rare gift of a great and rare invigorating dream.Just over an hour of marvellously invigorating fiddling from some of the best traditional musicians in Ireland.After an invigorating gaze at the rushing rivers, I returned to the Mickey Mice.This offered its occupants seventy-two square feet of invigorating repose on a mattress stuffed with the tail hair of leading stallions.And what makes it such an invigorating saga is his ability to let his idiosyncratic Broadway denizens talk for themselves.This invigorating start to the day ended with a cold shower, and by 0730 a substantial breakfast had been polished off.
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