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Invigorate vs. Revitalize

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Invigorateverb

(transitive) To impart vigor, strength, or vitality to.

‘Exercise is invigorating.’;

Revitalizeverb

(American spelling) lang=en

Invigorateverb

(transitive) To heighten or intensify.

Revitalizeverb

To restore vitality to; to bring back to life.

Invigorateverb

(transitive) To give life or energy to.

‘The cold water invigorated him.’;

Revitalizeverb

restore strength;

‘This food revitalized the patient’;

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Invigorateverb

(transitive) To make lively.

Revitalizeverb

give new life or vigor to

Invigorateverb

To give vigor to; to strengthen; to animate; to give life and energy to.

‘Christian graces and virtues they can not be, unless fed, invigorated, and animated by universal charity.’;

Revitalizeverb

imbue (something) with new life and vitality

‘a package of spending cuts to revitalize the economy’;

Invigorateverb

heighten or intensify;

‘These paintings exalt the imagination’;

Invigorateverb

give life or energy to;

‘The cold water invigorated him’;

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Invigorateverb

make lively;

‘let's liven up this room a bit’;

Invigorateverb

impart vigor, strength, or vitality to;

‘Exercise is invigorating’;

Invigorateverb

give strength or energy to

‘the shower had invigorated her’;

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