Antonyms of UNINSPIRED

Examples of usage:

  1. It is voluminous, even in the original part not very original, and constantly marred by that loquacity which, especially in times of great inspiration, comes upon the uninspired or not very strongly inspired. "A History of English Literature Elizabethan Literature" by George Saintsbury
  2. Had the possibility of direct revelation been admitted this reasoning must have fallen; for then, obviously, the word of an inspired peasant would have outweighed the sermon of an uninspired divine; it follows, necessarily, that ecclesiastics so situated would have been jealous of lay preaching, and absolutely intolerant of the inner light. "The Emancipation of Massachusetts" by Brooks Adams
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