Definition of Energiser
1. Noun. Someone who imparts energy and vitality and spirit to other people.
Generic synonyms: Actor, Doer, Worker
Derivative terms: Animate, Energise, Energise, Energize, Energize, Vitalise, Vitalize
2. Noun. A device that supplies electrical energy.
Definition of Energiser
1. Noun. (alternative spelling of energizer) ¹
¹ Source: wiktionary.com
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Literary usage of Energiser
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Anti-Tooke: Or An Analysis of the Principles and Structure of Language by John Fearn (1827)
"We KNOW what is ENERGY, and what is an energiser ;—I say we KNOW THIS IN THE LAST DEGREE OF PHILOSOPHICAL INTIMACY, because we know it in OURSELVES. ..."
2. A Tractate on Language: With Observations on the French Tongue, Eastern by Gordon Willoughby James Gyll (1860)
"... we have the energiser, the energy, and the subject, and sometimes the energy keeps within the energiser, and passes to no extraneous subject; ..."
3. Radiant Healing: The Many Paths to Personal Harmony and Planetary Wholeness by Bellamy Isabel, Isabel Bellamy, Donald MacLean, Maclean Donald (2005)
"11, Ley Line Map (^);p.73,figs 12-13,energiser, and Valoriser («);p.76, fig.14, ... Isabel's dowsing charts (•); p.lll, Seven Pointed energiser (A); p.112, ..."
4. The Real Blake: A Portrait Biography by Edwin John Ellis (1907)
"The Artist has considered his Strong Man as a receptacle of Wisdom, a sublime energiser. His features and limbs do not spindle out into length without ..."
5. Chapters of Early English Church History by William Bright (1878)
"... but it condemns the phrase ' Two Energies' as if inconsistent with the truth that the energiser was One, and as appearing to many to imply Two Wills ..."
6. Alison and Peter Smithson: From the House of the Future to a House of Today by Alison Margaret Smithson, Peter Smithson, Dirk van den Heuvel, Max Risselada, Beatriz Colomina (2004)
"... conceived has been the energiser ofthe man-made that reflects the changes in man's pleasures and pursuits, effecting his remodelling ofthe landscape. ..."
7. The Story of the Salonica Army by George Ward Price (1918)
"War is a great energiser. As soon as British troops on campaign arrive in a new place they start improving it. I suppose the dry torrent-beds of Macedonia ..."