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  • 41crisp — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) adj. brittle, curly, blunt, friable; short, crunchy, crumbly; pithy, terse; cold, stiff; firm, fresh; bracing. See brittleness, newness, shortness. Ant., soggy, soft. II (Roget s IV) modif. 1. [Fresh and …

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  • 42fresh — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) adj. novel, recent; new, unfaded, unjaded, unhackneyed, unused; healthy, vigorous; rested, unfatigued; unsalted; cool, refreshing, brisk, keen; inexperienced; slang, insolent. See newness, cold, health,… …

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  • 43exciting — I (Roget s IV) modif. Syn. stimuLating, moving, animating, provocative, arousing, rousing, arresting, impelling, compelling, stirring, thrilling, exhilarating, invigorating, intoxicating, heady, breathtaking, overwhelming, interesting, new,… …

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  • 44exhilarating — I (Roget s IV) modif. Syn. stimuLating, invigorating, bracing, animating; see exciting , stimuLating . II (Roget s Thesaurus II) adjective Producing or stimulating physical, mental, or emotional vigor: bracing, energizing, exhilarant, innerving,… …

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  • 45wearing — I (Roget s IV) modif. Syn. tiring, exhausting, nerve racking, jolting, hard, difficult, long, endless, discomforting, upsetting. Ant. stimuLating*, invigorating, bracing. II (Roget s 3 Superthesaurus) a. tiring, exhausting, fatiguing, taxing,… …

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  • 46stimulating — I (Roget s 3 Superthesaurus) a. exciting, rousing, energizing, stirring, invigorating, bracing, exhilarating, heart quickening, pulse quickening, *adrenalizing, interesting, fascinating, thought provoking, titillating, provocative, gripping,… …

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  • 47invigorate — (v.) 1640s, from IN (Cf. in ) (2) + VIGOR (Cf. vigor) + ATE (Cf. ate) (2). Earlier verb was envigor (1610s). Related: Invigorated; INVIGORATING (Cf. invigorating) …

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  • 48exhilarating — ex hil·a·rat·ing || tɪŋ adj. invigorating, stimulating; exciting n. invigorating, stimulating ex·hil·a·rate || ɪg zɪlÉ™reɪt v. cheer up, make lively or happy, excite …

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  • 49fresh — adjective 1) fresh fruit Syn: newly picked, garden fresh, crisp, unwilted; raw, natural, unprocessed Ant: stale, processed 2) a fresh sheet of paper Syn …

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  • 50strengthen — strengthen, *invigorate, fortify, energize, reinforce can mean to make strong or stronger. Strengthen is the most general term, applicable not only to persons or their physical, mental, or moral powers but also to things material or immaterial… …

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  • 51fresh — adjective 1) a fresh approach Syn: new, modern, original, novel, different, innovative 2) fresh food Syn: recently made, just picked, crisp, raw, natural …

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  • 52tonic — ton•ic [[t]ˈtɒn ɪk[/t]] n. 1) pha a medicine that invigorates or strengthens 2) anything invigorating physically, mentally, or morally 3) coo tonic water 4) mad the first degree of a musical scale; keynote 5) dial. Chiefly Eastern New Eng. soda… …

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  • 53invigorate — /ɪnˈvɪgəreɪt / (say in viguhrayt) verb (t) (invigorated, invigorating) to give vigour to; fill with life and energy: to invigorate the body. {in 2 + vigour + ate1} –invigorating, adjective –invigoratingly, adverb –invigoration /ɪnˌvɪgəˈreɪʃən/ ( …

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  • 54tonic — /ˈtɒnɪk / (say tonik) noun 1. a medicine that invigorates or strengthens. 2. anything invigorating physically, mentally, or morally. 3. anyone who lifts the spirits. 4. Music the first degree of the scale; the keynote. 5. Colloquial tonic water:… …

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  • 55stimulating — adjective 1. rousing or quickening activity or the senses (Freq. 1) a stimulating discussion • Ant: ↑unstimulating • Similar to: ↑challenging, ↑thought provoking, ↑exciting, ↑ …

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  • 56tonic — n. & adj. n. 1 an invigorating medicine. 2 anything serving to invigorate. 3 = tonic water. 4 Mus. the first degree of a scale, forming the keynote of a piece (see KEYNOTE 3). adj. 1 serving as a tonic; invigorating. 2 Mus. denoting the first… …

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  • 57invigoratingly — adverb see invigorating * * * invigˈorātingly adverb • • • Main Entry: ↑invigorate * * * invigoratingly adverb Thesaurus: good for you or for your healthsynonym …

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  • 58cor|rob|o|rant — «kuh ROB uhr uhnt», adjective, noun. –adj. strengthening; invigorating (used especially of medicinal agents). –n. 1. a strengthening or invigorating agent, as a tonic. 2. a corroborative fact or statement …

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  • 59Achieve — A*chieve , v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Achieved}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Achieving}.] [OE. acheven, OF. achever, achiever, F. achever, to finish; [ a] (L. ad) + OF. chief, F. chef, end, head, fr. L. caput head. See {Chief}.] 1. To carry on to a final close;… …

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  • 60Achieved — Achieve A*chieve , v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Achieved}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Achieving}.] [OE. acheven, OF. achever, achiever, F. achever, to finish; [ a] (L. ad) + OF. chief, F. chef, end, head, fr. L. caput head. See {Chief}.] 1. To carry on to a final… …

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