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 (ə-drē′nə-līz′, ə-drĕn′ə-)
tr.v. ad·re·nal·ized, ad·re·nal·iz·ing, ad·re·nal·izes
To stir up and spur to action.
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(əˈdriːnəlaɪzd) or


tense or highly charged: adrenalized with excitement.
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