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stimulating

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishstimulatingstim‧u‧lat‧ing /ˈstɪmjəleɪtɪŋ/ ●○○ adjective 🔊 🔊 1 EXCITEDexciting or full of new ideas opp boring 🔊 a stimulating discussion of world politicssee thesaurus at interesting2 ENERGETICmaking you feel more active 🔊 the stimulating effects of coffee and tea
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stimulatingHer lectures were always stimulating and covered a variety of subjects.I have always found it to be most informative, stimulating and interesting - a really excellent magazine.The Faculty is a large but welcoming and intellectually stimulating community.the stimulating effects of coffee and teaTo choose suffering for the sake of the stimulating effects of running away from it is indeed a paradox.The department is very well equipped and provides a stimulating environment for postgraduate research.Above all, Partnership has added an exciting and stimulating impetus to the development of our school.New York has always been an exciting and stimulating place to be.stimulating effectsThis is especially-true for insomniacs, who seem to have a lower tolerance to the stimulating effects of caffeine than most people.In a similar vein, seventeenth-century doctors puzzled over the stimulating effects of coffee and tea.To choose suffering for the sake of the stimulating effects of running away from it is indeed a paradox.
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