inspirit


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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.

inspirit

(ɪnˈspɪrɪt)
vb
(tr) to fill with vigour; inspire
inˈspiriter n
inˈspiriting adj
inˈspiritingly adv
inˈspiritment n

in•spir•it

(ɪnˈspɪr ɪt)

v.t.
to infuse spirit or life into; enliven.
[1600–10]
in•spir′it•er, n.
in•spir′it•ment, n.

inspirit


Past participle: inspirited
Gerund: inspiriting

Imperative
inspirit
inspirit
Present
I inspirit
you inspirit
he/she/it inspirits
we inspirit
you inspirit
they inspirit
Preterite
I inspirited
you inspirited
he/she/it inspirited
we inspirited
you inspirited
they inspirited
Present Continuous
I am inspiriting
you are inspiriting
he/she/it is inspiriting
we are inspiriting
you are inspiriting
they are inspiriting
Present Perfect
I have inspirited
you have inspirited
he/she/it has inspirited
we have inspirited
you have inspirited
they have inspirited
Past Continuous
I was inspiriting
you were inspiriting
he/she/it was inspiriting
we were inspiriting
you were inspiriting
they were inspiriting
Past Perfect
I had inspirited
you had inspirited
he/she/it had inspirited
we had inspirited
you had inspirited
they had inspirited
Future
I will inspirit
you will inspirit
he/she/it will inspirit
we will inspirit
you will inspirit
they will inspirit
Future Perfect
I will have inspirited
you will have inspirited
he/she/it will have inspirited
we will have inspirited
you will have inspirited
they will have inspirited
Future Continuous
I will be inspiriting
you will be inspiriting
he/she/it will be inspiriting
we will be inspiriting
you will be inspiriting
they will be inspiriting
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been inspiriting
you have been inspiriting
he/she/it has been inspiriting
we have been inspiriting
you have been inspiriting
they have been inspiriting
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been inspiriting
you will have been inspiriting
he/she/it will have been inspiriting
we will have been inspiriting
you will have been inspiriting
they will have been inspiriting
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been inspiriting
you had been inspiriting
he/she/it had been inspiriting
we had been inspiriting
you had been inspiriting
they had been inspiriting
Conditional
I would inspirit
you would inspirit
he/she/it would inspirit
we would inspirit
you would inspirit
they would inspirit
Past Conditional
I would have inspirited
you would have inspirited
he/she/it would have inspirited
we would have inspirited
you would have inspirited
they would have inspirited
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.inspirit - infuse with spirit; "The company spirited him up"
liven, liven up, enliven, invigorate, animate - make lively; "let's liven up this room a bit"

inspirit

verb
1. To impart courage, inspiration, and resolution to:
2. To raise the spirits of:
Obsolete: exalt.
References in classic literature ?
Knowing its narcotic nature, he refused; but Jimmy said he would have something mixed with it, which would convert it into an innocent beverage that would inspirit them for the rest of their journey.
It was a fine arrangement for Henry Crawford, who was close to Fanny, and with his hands full of business, having two persons' cards to manage as well as his own; for though it was impossible for Fanny not to feel herself mistress of the rules of the game in three minutes, he had yet to inspirit her play, sharpen her avarice, and harden her heart, which, especially in any competition with William, was a work of some difficulty; and as for Lady Bertram, he must continue in charge of all her fame and fortune through the whole evening; and if quick enough to keep her from looking at her cards when the deal began, must direct her in whatever was to be done with them to the end of it.
ISMENE To me, Antigone, no word of friends Has come, or glad or grievous, since we twain Were reft of our two brethren in one day By double fratricide; and since i' the night Our Argive leaguers fled, no later news Has reached me, to inspirit or deject.
Inspirited by this wind of promise, my daydreams become more fervent and vivid.
And on learning that tomorrow they were to attack the enemy, and hearing from the highest quarters a confirmation of what they wanted to believe, the exhausted, wavering men felt comforted and inspirited.
Inspirited by the scene and their anticipated amusement, the youthful companions of the Judge followed his steps, as he led them along the shores of the Otsego, and through the skirts of the village.
My presence among the men so greatly inspirited them that they fell upon the luckless whites with such terrible ferocity that within a few moments we had turned the tables upon them and a second later as we swarmed their own decks I had the satisfaction of seeing their commander take the long leap from the bows of his vessel in token of surrender and defeat.
The business support group, which aims to help generate business through networking and referrals, will participate in a "21 day procrastination challenge" delivered by Halifax-based leadership and development practitioner Jannine Oates, of Inspirit Learning Partners.
DiGeronimo is also helping her open a gallery, Inspirit Arts & Crafts, in her home on Third Street, where she teaches watercolor classes.
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The show kicks off with Cassie Andrews and Calico Creek performing a bluegrass set, followed by InSpirit providing the gospel set.