inspiriting


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in·spir·it

 (ĭn-spĭr′ĭt)
tr.v. in·spir·it·ed, in·spir·it·ing, in·spir·its
To instill courage or life into.

in·spir′it·ing·ly adv.
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Adj.1.inspiriting - cheerfully encouraging
encouraging - giving courage or confidence or hope; "encouraging advances in medical research"
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His inspiriting address was quoted to the extent of half a column in all the morning newspapers, which also said that it could be stated upon excellent authority that the unexpected popularity developed by Doyle, the Republican candidate for alderman, was giving great anxiety to Mr.
Then a scene ensued which was in every way gratifying and inspiriting.
With this inspiriting notion, her questions increased in number and meaning; and she particularly led Harriet to talk more of Mr.
If I looked as gravely at him as Traddles did, he must have found our company by no means inspiriting.
Now that's delightful, that's inspiriting, that's full of poetry
Again when they met their meeting might be one of inspiriting joy or of harassing despair.
The fear of discovery which had troubled her after she had sent her base letter to the post, vanished at that inspiriting moment.
She is too unhappy to feel the inspiriting influence of the dance.
The noisy delight of the children, the inspiriting effort of packing up in a hurry, roused all her energies.
With clasped hands, in breathless suspense, Mercy looked at that inspiriting face, and listened to those golden words.
When she had made Nicholas thoroughly comfortable with these and other inspiriting remarks, she would discourse at length on the arduous duties she had performed that day; and, sometimes, be moved to tears in wondering how, if anything were to happen to herself, the family would ever get on without her.
Nor was the scenery, as we approached the junction of the Ohio and Mississippi rivers, at all inspiriting in its influence.