Definition of Invigoration

1. Noun. Quality of being active or spirited or alive and vigorous.




2. Noun. The activity of giving vitality and vigour to something.
Exact synonyms: Animation, Vivification
Generic synonyms: Activating, Activation, Energizing
Derivative terms: Invigorate, Invigorate, Invigorate, Invigorate, Vivify

Definition of Invigoration

1. n. The act of invigorating, or the state of being invigorated.

Definition of Invigoration

1. Noun. The act of invigorating or the state of being invigorated. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Invigoration

1. [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Invigoration

invigilancy
invigilate
invigilated
invigilates
invigilating
invigilation
invigilations
invigilator
invigilators
invigor
invigorate
invigorated
invigorates
invigorating
invigoratingly
invigoration (current term)
invigorations
invigorator
invigorators
invigored
invigoring
invigors
invigourate
invile
invillaged
invincibilities
invincibility
invincible
invincibleness
invincibles

Literary usage of Invigoration

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1. School Economy: A Treatise on the Preparation, Organization, Employments by James Pyle Wickersham (1864)
"The invigoration of the Health of the Pupils.—Children require free, exciting bodily exercise. They cannot be healthy without it. ..."

2. History of the Life and Times of James Madison by William Cabell Rives (1859)
"... Incorporation of Religious Societies — Mr. Madison opposed to both — Questions of Federal Policy — Mr. Henry favors invigoration of Federal Authority, ..."

3. Conversations with Children on the Gospels by Amos Bronson Alcott (1837)
"SPIRITUAL invigoration. HEALING. Healing of Peter1! Wife's Mother, from the Sacred Text. —Gratitude.— Healing Power of Faith. — Moral Influence. ..."

4. Common Sense in School Supervision by Charles Adam Wagner (1921)
"invigoration OF INSTRUCTION THROUGH SUPERVISION. OF all the superintendent's numerous and various duties, ..."

5. Life in Mind & Conduct: Studies of Organic in Human Nature by Henry Maudsley (1902)
"... by human converse—Special mental facets and special developments—The tyranny of organization—Mental exercise an invigoration of vitality—The conditions ..."

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