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in·spired

 (ĭn-spīrd′)
adj.
Of such surpassing brilliance or excellence as to suggest divine inspiration: an inspired musician; an inspired performance.

in·spir′ed·ly (-spī′rĭd-lē, -spīrd′lē) adv.

inspired

(ɪnˈspaɪəd)
adj
1. aroused or guided by or as if aroused or guided by divine inspiration: an inspired performance; she was like one inspired.
2. extremely accurate or apt but based on intuition rather than knowledge or logical deduction: an inspired guess.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.inspired - being of such surpassing excellence as to suggest inspiration by the gods; "her pies were simply divine"; "the divine Shakespeare"; "an elysian meal"; "an inspired performance"
glorious - having or deserving or conferring glory; "a long and glorious career"; "our glorious literature"

inspired

adjective
1. brilliant, wonderful, impressive, exciting, outstanding, thrilling, memorable, dazzling, enthralling, superlative, of genius She produced an inspired performance.
3. (with by) based on, derived from, built around, constructed around The book was inspired by a real person.
Translations

inspired

[ɪnˈspaɪəd] ADJ [musician, poet, artist, sportsman] → genial; [performance] → inspirado; [idea] → genial, excelente
he gave an inspired performancesu actuación estuvo inspirada
the pianist was playing like a man inspiredel pianista tocaba como si los dioses guiasen sus manos
it was an inspired choicefue todo un acierto
to feel inspiredsentirse inspirado
to make an inspired guesstener una inspiración
in an inspired momenten un momento de inspiración

inspired

[ɪnˈspaɪərd] adj [writer, book] → inspiré(e); [performance] → inspiré(e)
in an inspired moment → dans un moment d'inspiration
an inspired choice → un choix inspiré

inspired

adjgenial; work, performance alsovoller Inspiration; author, performer, athlete etcinspiriert; in an inspired momentin einem Augenblick der Inspiration; (iro)in einem lichten Moment; it was an inspired guess/choicedas war genial geraten/gewählt; the strike was politically inspiredder Streik war politisch motiviert; the divinely inspired word of the Bibleder göttlich geoffenbarte Bibeltext

inspired

[ɪnˈspaɪəd] adj (writer, book) → ispirato/a
in an inspired moment → in un momento d'ispirazione
References in periodicals archive ?
The first theologian who referred inspiredly to the twentieth century as "the century of the Church" was German Protestant bishop and theologian Otto Dibelius.
Now he would have the computer run a slide show of wild landscapes (Caspar David Friedrich, Turner, Constable), then he set about stroking the keyboard tentatively, then fingering it inspiredly, then pounding it crazily, like Eubie Blake, the unrivaled master of ragtime blues.
Wainwright played tunes from ``Poses,'' including the inspiredly playful ``Cigarettes and Chocolate Milk'' and ``California'' (where he also goofed up, to his and the crowd's amusement), plus new songs from his upcoming CD ``Want.