invigorate sätze

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Invigorate sätze (in englisch)

  1. The walk would continue to invigorate.
  2. Lots of interesting visitors to invigorate you, and small country.
  3. One true elder can replace thousands of books and offer essential help to invigorate a soul.
  4. They believe the purity of them will overcome our enemies and invigorate the land, so true peace will be restored more quickly.
  5. The air was heavy with the salty aroma of the ocean and seemed to invigorate the senses despite the tragedy that was overwhelming the widow.

  6. The object of meeting was to make organization more functional invigorate it manifold and embrace more and more people into its folds who could save Zulimistan from ever growing hatred against it the world over.
  7. It seems impossible that he should at once divest himself of his habitual animosity, and that pride of opinion which his present situation enables him to indulge; but, above all, that he should deprive his friends and supporters of the benefit of those prejudices which have been carefully fostered in the minds of the common people towards England, and which have so materially contributed to invigorate and augment the Democratic party.
  1. It was an invigorating feeling.
  2. The shower was hot and invigorating.
  3. The ride was invigorating and calmed her mind.
  4. Although it was freezing, it was invigorating.
  5. Moments later he broke into the fine, invigorating air.
  6. Shorter, more intense sessions are fun and invigorating.
  7. The water in the jacuzzi was invigorating and relaxing.
  8. Thankfully, the muffins and coffee had an invigorating.
  9. Our future commerce will feel its invigorating effects.
  10. It was truly an exciting and invigorating place to live.
  11. Elowen was tired but she found the exercise invigorating.
  12. A proud sun dominated a cloudless sky and the invigorating.
  13. There was nothing so invigorating as ride in the brisk morning.
  14. Conscious of fifteen Masters within, the oneness felt invigorating.
  15. There is nothing more invigorating than being in the company of like-.
  16. An invigorating smile graced Hilderich’s mouth before he answered in kind:.
  17. It could wisely be said that invigorating health would result from fol owing this.
  18. It was immensely invigorating and the improved physical condition brought with it.
  19. Therefore, sweet directly infers the presence of pleasant and invigorating knowledge.
  20. Frank chuckled to himself and set out for an invigorating run along the nearby canal path.
  21. It was prolonged, ecstatic, as if neither wanted the vibrant, invigorating climaxes to end.
  22. The Atlantic passage was invigorating for Titania and Hipolyta, but for Mandy in particular.
  23. The flavor was a bit more pungent than the green tea and produced a more invigorating feeling.
  24. The characters are fresh and invigorating, adding to the established lore with smart intensity.
  25. She felt the largeness of the freedom of it blowing in her face like a brisk, invigorating wind.
  26. Nature seems to revive from a state of torpidity, from the warm and invigorating rays of the sun.
  27. Eucalyptus essential oil is said to have an expansive effect that can be both calming and invigorating.
  28. But Suellen had become infuriated and they had had an invigorating quarrel that was just like old times.
  29. It was both terrifying and invigorating to have a boss who knew your job as well if not better than you did.
  30. In other words, the blood of a child – Raziel said it was the tastiest, most invigorating blood imaginable.
  31. It was deep enough in the middle for a good long invigorating swim, and he availed himself of the opportunity.
  32. Nekhludoff looked at the moonlit garden and roof, the shadows of the poplar, and drank in the fresh, invigorating air.
  33. It is invigorating to be around a woman who is strong and has found joy in being a woman – the healthy feminine soul.
  34. Nekhludoff gazed at the roof, the moonlit garden, and the shadows of the poplar, and drank in the fresh, invigorating air.
  35. One author says: From a safe distance of several hundred years or several thousand miles, revival clearly looks invigorating.
  36. She spends many evenings sitting on my lap, which you can imagine is very invigorating for a man wearing abbreviated lederhosen.
  37. It was cool, however, and certainly invigorating as the chilly spring breeze nipped at our noses and ruffled the ribbons on our hats.
  38. This northern air is invigorating and pleasant, so I propose to spend a few days upon your moors, and to occupy my mind as best I may.
  39. Clambering down onto a large smooth rock it provided a natural shower; he unwillingly began the invigorating routine of a mountain-man’s wash.
  40. Have people bring tents – the outdoors are really invigorating and guests can still have bathroom privileges if they set up in your back yard.
  41. Through rhythmic breathing he transmits an increased current of Prana or nerve-force to any part of the body for stimulating and invigorating it.
  42. In the sunshine the air was warm, and that warmth was particularly pleasant with the invigorating freshness of the morning frost still in the air.
  43. The fresh air rushing over his loins was so invigorating he decided to take Reggie for a long naked ride in the country to share the sensual thrill.
  44. In his lifetime, Ronald Reagan was such a cheerful and invigorating presence that it was easy to forget what daunting historic tasks he set himself.
  45. It couldn't only have been the air, invigorating and inspiriting though it is, because my present guests are still exactly the same age as the first day.
  46. There’s no better indication of how invigorating the experience was for me than the fact that I could maintain that pace and barely feel it the next day.
  47. There was something wholesomely invigorating about trudging up a mountain, his spiked shoes crunching through the snow, finding weak points in the glacial sections.
  48. Spiritous liquors might remain as dear as ever; while, at the same time, the wholesome and invigorating liquors of beer and ale might be considerably reduced in their price.
  49. I had finally cut myself off from the company, and even though it felt invigorating in the moment, it was no consolation for how I was feeling over ruining things with Jennifer.
  50. The brass doorknob was oddly cold like solid ice, invigorating the nerves in his fingertips that instinctively sought to recoil, contrasting sharply with the sweltering summer heat.
  51. He still had a ready supply of honey-laden bars of nuts and sesame; it was a confection most appropriate for traveling long distances; generally invigorating when consuming one’s energy.
  52. It’s been over a year since Dede and Annie, and he can’t decide what was most invigorating: the initial approach, sneaking into the mansion; the physical act; the pain and suffering….
  53. Jesus enjoyed the invigorating assurance of the possession of unflinching faith, and in each of life's trying situations he unfailingly exhibited an unquestioning loyalty to the Father's will.
  54. Wise parents, such as yours, see to it that their children do not have to wound love or stifle loyalty in order to develop independence and enjoy invigorating liberty when they have grown up to your age.
  55. There is no doubt that this state is completely different from the original one, and within it life depends upon nourishing the body, invigorating it, and providing it with the material necessary for its existence.
  56. Novak should distinguish between what is commonly called ‘shades’ (which are debris discarded by the rising locus of awareness) in the metaphysical literature with fully living souls (with the spirit still invigorating it).
  57. My early morning walk and swim was, as usual, invigorating and I feel fit, healthy, still overweight but not out of control, yet! I dropped in on Carlo’s place this morning; he owns the little Italian coffee and ice cream shop I found last week.
  58. On issuing from their place of confinement, the whole party instantly experienced a grateful renovation of spirits, by exchanging the pent air of the hiding-place for the cool and invigorating atmosphere which played around the whirlpools and pitches of the cataract.
  59. Grain and other vegetables, with the help of milk, cheese, and butter, or oil, where butter is not to be had, it is known from experience, can, without any butcher's meat, afford the most plentiful, the most wholesome, the most nourishing, and the most invigorating diet.
  60. Eustace Miles, which tell me in invigorating language of all the money, time, and energy I have saved, of my increase of bodily health, of how active I am getting, how skilful and of what a tough endurance, how my brains have grown clear and nimble, my morals risen high above the average, and how keen my enjoyment of everything has become, including, strange to say, my food.
  61. Quite an excellent repast consisting of rashers and eggs, fried steak and onions, done to a nicety, delicious hot breakfast rolls and invigorating tea had been considerately provided by the authorities for the consumption of the central figure of the tragedy who was in capital spirits when prepared for death and evinced the keenest interest in the proceedings from beginning to end but he, with an abnegation rare in these our times, rose nobly to the occasion and expressed the dying wish (immediately acceded to) that the meal should be divided in aliquot parts among the members of the sick and indigent roomkeepers' association as a token of his regard and esteem.
  1. She seemed invigorated.
  2. I really felt invigorated.
  3. He felt excited and invigorated.
  4. At the road the darkness invigorated her.
  5. Hilderich felt refreshed and invigorated.
  6. Invigorated these perceptions to erupt into.
  7. The cool November breeze invigorated his mind.
  8. She felt far more invigorated than ever before.
  9. That gets invigorated seeing time so dissipate?
  10. The liquid invigorated him, he could feel his strength.
  11. He felt invigorated just thinking of Terry and how great she was.
  12. Refreshed and invigorated by her rest, she quickly rose and dressed.
  13. It was as if settlement had been invigorated, not harmed, by the revolt.
  14. Invigorated by Amrita he bounced over Surya who was more incensed than ever.
  15. After twelve months we returned to Australia, feeling refreshed and invigorated.
  16. A wave smacked him in the face, but he felt invigorated and shot up to the surface.
  17. They both found it a fascinating and uplifting experience and returned refreshed and invigorated.
  18. But of late, since the night of his vigil, all her sympathies towards him had been both softened and invigorated.
  19. Invigorated by the water and a chance at escape he vainly waved his arms, but it did no good as he continued to sink.
  20. On the other hand, we as adults, becomes invigorated because the child in us was able to express himself well and fully.
  21. It invigorated him and, as he screamed, he frantically searched for something else, anything else that he could destroy.
  22. These magical paths are invigorated with all kinds of plant life and the area can be small if your yard is not particularly roomy.
  23. And if we find ourselves in the midst of revival, rather than being invigorated, we may be filled with skepticism, or disgust, anger or even fear.
  24. Watson, I think our quiet rest in the country has been a distinct success, and I shall certainly return much invigorated to Baker Street to-morrow.
  25. He was invigorated by the air and the bracing wind and the sight of the vanishing ball of the sun which was turning the sky a rich shade of orange.
  26. Or, perchance, his sensitive temperament was invigorated by the loud and piercing music, that swelled heavenward, and uplifted him on its ascending wave.
  27. Right across from it, I wrote what I was now committed to creating in my life—and in that pumped-up, invigorated state, I felt certain I could find the way.
  28. We had special studies for women, for couples, for new Christians; in fact every aspect of my new life was covered and I felt so much more mature and so invigorated.
  29. Fully invigorated with renewed purpose, the salesmen gathered their belongings and headed out the door with visions of front-row Super Bowl seats fueling their energy.
  30. And with the weather so fine, the train was more crowded than usual; mainly retired folks, some chattering loudly, invigorated by the rushing hills becoming mountains.
  31. Both the classical art of the great masters such as Michael Angelo’s statue of David and the impressionists enthralled Matthew and invigorated his passion for art again.
  32. He received the enthusiastic greeting of his young acquaintance with evident pleasure, as though his chilled affections were rekindled and invigorated by his contact with one so warm and ardent.
  33. He leaned against the door and took several deep breaths, glad to be inhaling the fresh sea air that invigorated his lungs and flushed away the foul odor of this establishment and all for which it stood.
  34. He walked to the bank invigorated, going over in his mind the three accounts he would leave open, their expenses, the credit cards he would keep just in case, the gold coins he had at home for the trip north.
  35. Feeling invigorated either by the cool water or by the conversation that had interested her enormously, Faye retrieved her jacket from the closet and put it on hurriedly as she checked her makeup in the mirror.
  36. And that the result will be stamped by a unanimity becoming the occasion, and be supported by every portion of our citizens, with a patriotism enlightened and invigorated by experience, ought as little to be doubted.
  37. The jackal then invigorated himself with a bum for his throttle, and a fresh application to his head, and applied himself to the collection of a second meal; this was administered to the lion in the same manner, and was not disposed of until the clocks struck three in the morning.
  38. He has risen invigorated from the blow; like the horse leech, he continues to cry, "give, give!" He never will be satisfied while the farmers of the North and the East are prosperous and powerful, or while the ships of an independent merchant float safely and successfully on the ocean.
  39. Albert, completely exhausted with the exercise which invigorated Monte Cristo, was sleeping in an arm-chair near the window, while the count was designing with his architect the plan of a conservatory in his house, when the sound of a horse at full speed on the high road made Albert look up.
  40. My courage and perseverance were invigorated by these scoffing words; I resolved not to fail in my purpose, and calling on heaven to support me, I continued with unabated fervour to traverse immense deserts, until the ocean appeared at a distance and formed the utmost boundary of the horizon.
  41. In the States and districts least remote, it was no sooner known, than every citizen was ready to fly with his arms, at once, to protect his brethren against the blood-thirsty savages let loose by the enemy on an extensive frontier, and to convert a partial calamity into a source of invigorated efforts.
  42. By accepting this violence (so as to create a new relationship) he is invigorated and, by unifying the strength he has gained from learning how to find his own center (the bow and arrow) with the strength of his heart, he becomes capable of turning the situation around and of stopping Penelope’s violence once and for all.
  43. A quarter of an hour later, invigorated by the warm water that penetrated her tense muscles and brought a highly relaxed feeling over her body, Faye emerged from the bathroom and dressed in a plain black skirt with a matching silk shirt and jacket that she assumed would be appropriate for the evening, given her mood and her loneliness.
  44. As he admired the exquisite scene before him, feeling whole and invigorated, Feltus noticed Lady Jane, dressed in a formal gown with a high, laced collar and feathered hat, enter the lobby from the south wing, her attention focused straight ahead though she seemed to be in quite a hurry, as if she did not want her presence to be publicized.
  45. As for the scent of the forest, he who has been in it early after a dewy night knows that, and the effect it has on the spirits of him who smells it; so I need not explain how happy I was and how invigorated as I climbed up a long hill where the wood was thick and cool, and coming out at the top found I had reached a place of turf and sunshine, with tables in the shade at the farther side, and in the middle, coffee-pot in hand, a waiter.
  46. With the unimpaired credit of the Government invigorated by a faithful observance of public engagements, and a rapid extinction of the debt of the land, with the boundless territories in the west presenting a safe pledge for reimbursement of loans to any extent, is it not astonishing that despondency itself should disparage the resources of this country? You have, sir, I am credibly informed, in the city and vicinity of New Orleans alone, public property sufficient to extinguish the celebrated deficit in the Secretary's report.
  47. The chase is the emblem of war; it has stratagems, wiles, and crafty devices for overcoming the enemy in safety; in it extreme cold and intolerable heat have to be borne, indolence and sleep are despised, the bodily powers are invigorated, the limbs of him who engages in it are made supple, and, in a word, it is a pursuit which may be followed without injury to anyone and with enjoyment to many; and the best of it is, it is not for everybody, as field-sports of other sorts are, except hawking, which also is only for kings and great lords.
  1. It only invigorates it.
  2. Well invigorates the botillo.
  3. Hanging over the cliff, facing my fear full head on, invigorates me.
  4. The shower invigorates me, but how long will the burst of energy last?
  5. What wrong your poor breath has done? It infact invigorates power, if it stops, we will.
  6. The generative energy, which, when we are loose, dissipates and makes us unclean, when we are continent invigorates and inspires us.
  7. They are a fast-fading race, drowned in lotus dreams, stimulating their waking hours by means of the golden wine which heals wounds, prolongs life, and invigorates the most sated debauchee.

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