[ UK /ˈɛnəd‍ʒˌa‍ɪz/ ]
  1. raise to a higher energy level
    excite the atoms
  2. cause to be alert and energetic
    Coffee and tea stimulate me
    This herbal infusion doesn't stimulate
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How To Use energise In A Sentence

  • Anyway, we grumped our way into town and did eventually get energised by it all and got through the whole session in good time.
  • He fortified himself with a good meal, filling up with bland foods that would energize his body without making his stomach rumble. WITHOUT REMORSE
  • Stuart began offering what he called hillbilly rock,'' an amalgam of energized honky-tonk and rock 'n' roll that he rode well into the '90s. Boston.com Top Stories
  • He had watched that final in an auditorium at school, rushed out that afternoon to play a match energised, inspired. Times, Sunday Times
  • Multiple devices may well have to be de-energized in an emergency, often at different locations.
  • The change in current is detected and the sensor's output is energized.
  • As the pioneer in the battery market, "Energizer" alkaline battery has always been accepted by the consumers of products of providing with longer lasting and more power.
  • As Nigel just said, Jerry retired from the telethon this year, but of course, he's here with us in spirit and in heart, and we will continue to be energized and inspired by what I like to call his towering example," Carl said. Yahoo! News: Business - Opinion
  • The pretext to begin circulating Perry's name for a presidential run will be easily established, and the Tea Partiers that he energized with his irresponsible talk of secession will slowly turn pragmatic and confront the question of who can win in 2012. James Moore: Yo, America. It's Texas. We Got Another One for Ya!
  • Today with the battle lines between the red and blue states, the Christians and versus the secular, there is this constant drumbeat from the right wing that "the liberals hate us and we welcome their hatred because it energizes us. April 2005
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