[ UK /ɪlˈɛktɹɪfˌa‍ɪ/ ]
[ US /ɪˈɫɛktɹəˌfaɪ/ ]
VERB
  1. equip for use with electricity
    electrify an appliance
  2. charge (a conductor) with electricity
  3. excite suddenly and intensely
    The news electrified us
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How To Use electrify In A Sentence

  • Angry Reader has a point about "spill," and while I can see Joel's point about it being what people call it, I respectfully suggest that it's that logic which got us to the point where we called chaining people to walls, beating them, freezing them, blasting music and noise at them at decibel levels high enough to inflict pain, electrifying their genitals, humiliating them and then drowning them repeatedly "enhanced interrogation techniques. Redskins Insider Podcast -- The Washington Post
  • They got in before our security guard came on duty, but I am now electrifying the fence and getting 24-hour protection.
  • Film noir is known for electrifying, fatalistic dialogue.
  • Thankfully, the actor has pulled in the reins, producing an electrifying performance that is truly chilling. The Sun
  • Guerrero, 27, is one of the game's most electrifying players, a hitter equally adept at crushing pitches that are a foot over his head or an inch off the ground.
  • Even while electrifying the cosmopolite yuppies with hard rock, heavy metal and thrash metal, he has pop and slow rock numbers in plenty in his quiver.
  • They here inspire Hickox and his team to performances just as electrifying as those they have given of the great series of late Haydn masses.
  • It was the first of the big companies to electrify its lines, in the early part of the 20th century, and the only one to branch out into the big-time property market.
  • They use tricks and gimmicks to electrify their audiences under the label empowerment, overcoming limitations and more with the promises of wealth and happiness. Grant Cardone: James Ray Was Warned
  • Word of the electrify in army must put through circuit by communication station operator.
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