How To Use Enlivening In A Sentence

  • My description might sound a bit mechanistic - it is hard to describe in words - but these ramp spaces look wonderful with sunlight grazing and enlivening the original bluestone and the new glass walling in the late afternoon.
  • In Act I, Mr. Muhly's sound world often recalls Messiaen's evocations of nature; in Act II, as the wives go on TV, he switches to a motoric, minimalist insistence that is more like Steve Reich, an enlivening change in musical tone that is over all too soon. Stifled Voices
  • I.N.C. had now resolved to take no risks; they entered into negotiations with Sem Benelli, a well-known poet of the school which some critics call enlivening and other critics call inflammatory. The Birth of Yugoslavia, Volume 2
  • Suggestions already included the addition of a new Anzac gallery at the war memorial along with Anzac scholarships and "enlivening" commemorations with new monuments abroad ". Latest News - Yahoo!7 News
  • She was a bright child: she finished all the textbooks on the first day of school and, bored, spent the rest of the term enlivening her classmates. The Women’s Room
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  • In the boom and bust of the 1980s and early 1990s, property developers began lending spaces to artist-run initiatives, rather than let them lie fallow: this was a way of enlivening the shells of unlet buildings.
  • A coach will use all his powers throughout a match - enlivening, cajoling, goading scolding or sympathizing where appropriate for the personality and the occasion, and not sparing himself until all is won or lost.
  • If the horn is buried for the entire winter — the season when the Earth is most inwardly alive — all this life will be preserved in the manure, turning the contents of the horn into an extremely concentrated, enlivening and fertilizing force. Biodynamics: Natural Wonder or Just a Horn of Manure?
  • Now we have Fred Kaplan's enlivening "1959: The Year Everything Changed," which really could be called The Fifties, but that was already taken by journalist David Halberstam's fine historical account in 1993. Tom Alderman: 1950s: The Not-So-Silent Generation
  • Lines and marks criss-cross them, enlivening the surface.
  • The narrative is uneven, the pacing - not exactly enlivening, the costuming - very wannabe - and the music - thoroughly off-putting
  • The iconic faces are earthen masks softly manifesting a light from within, with distinct final strokes representing the enlivening action of uncreated grace.
  • He became famous for such antics as dancing on table tops, enlivening parties by performing bump and grind striptease acts and, once, streaking naked around a swimming pool.
  • An enlivening flicker of other buried colors spreads beneath the surface, but not enough to rid one of a sense of impoverishment, as if the life's blood of the painting has been baked dry or worn away.
  • It occupies the entire 6-foot-high composition, with ink spatters, sgraffito and handprints enlivening the surface.
  • Long escapes the scholar's temptation to be dryly academic, enlivening her book with unexpected and entertaining love stories.
  • Vanity Fair, namely enlivening a potentially stuffy period flick by switching the locale to somewhere far more exotic. DVD Times
  • Around the same time that Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers were swinging their way into America's hearts with a snappy new American approach to movie musical comedy, another musical movie couple, Jeannette MacDonald and Nelson Eddy, made a huge success bringing to the screen and enlivening a dying European tradition of sentimental musical romance we call operetta. NPR Topics: News
  • In the boom and bust of the 1980s and early 1990s, property developers began lending spaces to artist-run initiatives, rather than let them lie fallow: this was a way of enlivening the shells of unlet buildings.
  • The reason it’s enlivening is because of the pace is accelerated through ultra-short paragraphs. Three Techniques to Avoid Being a Boring Writer | Write to Done
  • These fleet animals no sooner heard the enlivening sound, than, eager for the chase, they sprang away all of a sudden, and strained every nerve to partake of the sport, flew across the fields with incredible speed, overleaped hedges and ditches, and everything in their way, without the least regard to their unfortunate riders. The Adventures of Peregrine Pickle
  • The other chucklesome moment enlivening a dull match was Champion's description of Greece coach Otto Rehhagel's hair as "unfeasibly dark for a man his age. World Cup 2010 coverage: We need to see more of Diego Maradona
  • It occupies the entire 6-foot-high composition, with ink spatters, sgraffito and handprints enlivening the surface.
  • These elements are crucial in understanding the full import of piety as a spirated virtue by the enlivening power of the Holy Spirit in our lives, designed to assist us in becoming more fully one in and with Christ. Part I: Piety the Gift
  • Lines and marks criss-cross them, enlivening the surface.
  • The minuter corrections, in the Duke de la Valliere's catalogue, furnish a most enlivening article in the dryness of bibliography.
  • She met his eyes without flinching, a mutinous sparkle enlivening the depths of her own grey gaze.

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