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in·nerve (ĭ-nûrv′) tr.v. in·nerved
To give nervous energy to; stimulate.
innerve ( ɪˈnɜːv) vb
tr) to supply with nervous energy; stimulate in•nerve (ɪˈnɜrv) v.t. -nerved, -nerv•ing.
to supply with nervous energy; invigorate; animate.
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