[ɪnvˈɪɡəɹˌe͡ɪtɪŋ], [ɪnvˈɪɡəɹˌe‍ɪtɪŋ], [ɪ_n_v_ˈɪ_ɡ_ə_ɹ_ˌeɪ_t_ɪ_ŋ]

Definitions of invigorating:

  1.   of Invigorate
  2.   imparting strength and vitality; " the invigorating mountain air"

Antonyms for invigorating:

detrimental, tedious, weakening, monotonous, drudging, stuffy, debilitative, relaxing, damp, well-worn, commonplace, hackney, numbing, pacifying, old, destructive, baneful, moth-eaten, hack, ho-hum, slumberous, comforting, wearisome, trite, narcotic, pernicious, stifling, hypnotic, sedative, obligatory, debilitating, sultry, sticky, musty, harmful, insalubrious, watery, unhealthy, stodgy, namby-pamby, somniferous, drab, tiresome, suffocating, stereotyped, milk-and-water, deadly, dusty, cliched, soporific, close, insipid, pestiferous, calming, draining, tame, injurious, hackneyed, mind-numbing, enfeebling, somnolent, weary, drowsy, tired, Sapping, flat, colorless, leaden, monochromatic, pedestrian, dreamy, soothing, dry, cobwebby, wearying, wishy-washy, banal, noisome, mischievous, jejune, Jading, boring, slow, exhausting, tiring, ponderous, tranquilizing, deadening, cliche, shopworn, threadbare, unhealthful, arid, sleepy, breathless, hurtful, stale, uninteresting, foul, poisonous, bad, unwholesome, humdrum, humid, dreary, lulling, enervating, dull, noxious, ruinous, opiate, muggy, timeworn, heavy, Quieting, deleterious, pestilential.

Quotes for invigorating:

  1. Acting is invigorating But I don't analyse it too much. It's like a dog smelling where it's going to do its toilet in the morning. – Liam Neeson

Usage examples for invigorating:

  1. The morning air was fresh and invigorating there were no threatening clouds in the sky, and the sun was pouring its early beams upon the scene of rejoicing. ” – Incidents of Travel in Yucatan, Vol. I. by John L. Stephens
  2. The air was invigorating and steadied somewhat her faculties. ” – The Awakening and Selected Short Stories by Kate Chopin
  3. The air was invigorating and his spirits rose. ” – Andy Grant's Pluck by Horatio Alger
  4. The little man went down the hill sniffing at the sweet wind, but conscious that it was not invigorating as it used to be. ” – Furze the Cruel by John Trevena
  5. It is only probable that the moral relapse that followed the Restoration may have given the first impetus to the ascendancy of this invigorating habit. ” – A Cursory History of Swearing by Julian Sharman

Rhymes for invigorating:

  • reinvigorating;