Definition of Energized

1. Verb. (past of energize) ¹



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Definition of Energized

1. energize [v] - See also: energize

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Energized

energetick
energetics
energic
energid
energids
energies
energise
energised
energiser
energisers
energises
energising
energization
energizations
energize
energized (current term)
energizer
energizers
energizes
energizing
energometer
energumen
energumens
energy
energy-absorbing
energy-generating resources
energy-releasing
energy-releasing(a)
energy-rich bond
energy-rich phosphates

Literary usage of Energized

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1. Condensation of Vapor as Induced by Nuclei and Ions by Carl Barus, Lulu Broadbent Joslin (1907)
"Non-energized air.—The present s.curves for non.energized air, fig. 19, are in strong contrast with the preceding. Variability in the lapse of time has been ..."

2. The Nucleation of the Uncontaminated Atmosphere by Carl Barus (1906)
"Dust-free air energized by the X-rays from a distance.—In table 30 data are given for the case of dust-free air feebly energized by the X-rays, ..."

3. The Electromotive Force of Iron Under Varying Conditions: And the Effect of by Theodore William Richards, Gustavus Edward Behr (1906)
"18. Remarks on the s-curves. Non-energized air.—The present j.curves for non.energized air, fig. 19, are in strong contrast with the preceding. ..."

4. Inductive Interference Between Electric Power and Communication Circuits by California Public Utilities Commission (1919)
"The experimentally determined coefficients are: for three power conductors energized 91 volte per kilovolt, two conductors energized 99 volts per kilovolt ..."

5. The Railroad Signal Dictionary: An Illustrated Vocabulary of Terms which by Braman Blanchard Adams, Railway signal association, Rodney Hitt (1908)
"The second relay in the circuit is energized by local battery through front ... The third relay is similarly energized through front contact on overlap ..."

6. Mental Medicine: Some Practical Suggestions from a Spiritual Standpoint by Oliver Huckel (1909)
"But it is the human mind when it is stimulated, strengthened, energized by the divine that is the most powerful agent in both moral and physical recovery. ..."

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