Energized

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Antonyms of ENERGIZED:
tired, weary, dampened, deadened, emasculated, unmanned, demoralized, disheartened, dispirited, drained, enervate, enervated, exhausted, knackered, weakened.
Examples of usage:
  1. Why was it that doing wrong agreed with her, energized her, made her more alert, cleverer, keying up her faculties?
    "The Dwelling Place of Light, Complete", Winston Churchill Last Updated: March 5, 2009.
  2. Because the love of life is reenforced, in most energized beings, by some longing that pushes them forward, in defeat and in darkness.
    "This Simian World", Clarence Day Jr..
  3. For a day or two longer their thoughts and conversations were haunted by Gusterson's vague sardonic visions of a horde of tickler- energized moles pouring up out of the tunnels to tear down the remaining trees, tank the atmosphere and perhaps somehow dismantle the stars- at least on this side of the world- but then they both settled back into their customary easy- going routines.
    "The Creature from Cleveland Depths", Fritz Reuter Leiber.
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Energize | Definition of Energize by Merriam-Webster

2 : to impart energy to <sunlight energizes the chemical reactions> .... Thesaurus: All synonyms and antonyms for "energize" Spanish Central: Translation of ...

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to give life, vigor, or spirit to <a teacher who knows how to energize history lessons with little-known but interesting facts about long-ago people> Synonyms amp ...

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to give life, vigor, or spirit to <a teacher who knows how to energize history lessons with little-known but interesting facts about long-ago people> Synonyms amp ...

Energize Synonyms, Energize Antonyms | Merriam-Webster ...

to give life, vigor, or spirit to <a teacher who knows how to energize history lessons with little-known but interesting facts about long-ago people> Synonyms amp ...

Energize Synonyms, Energize Antonyms | Merriam-Webster ...

to give life, vigor, or spirit to <a teacher who knows how to energize history lessons with little-known but interesting facts about long-ago people> Synonyms amp ...