What is another word for electrifies?

Pronunciation: [ɪlˈɛktɹɪfˌa͡ɪz] (IPA)

Electrifies is a powerful word that means to excite or stimulate. If you want to convey the same meaning but with a different tone or emphasis, it's useful to have a range of synonyms at your disposal. Here are five possible substitutes: 1. Thrills: This synonym emphasizes a sense of excitement or exhilaration. 2. Energizes: This synonym emphasizes a sense of renewed energy or vigor. 3. Galvanizes: This synonym emphasizes a sense of motivation or inspiration. 4. Enlivens: This synonym emphasizes a sense of vivacity or liveliness. 5. Jolts: This synonym emphasizes a sudden, shocking impact that wakes people up or gets them moving.

What are the hypernyms for Electrifies?

A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.

Usage examples for Electrifies

Spohr's playing is remarkable for its repose and finish; Sivori electrifies by the most powerful appeals to the affections."
"Famous Violinists of To-day and Yesterday"
Henry C. Lahee
This polarity, or the presence of positive and negative electricity in one stone, may be strikingly illustrated in a very simple manner:-If a little sulphur and red-lead, both in fine powder, are shaken up together in a paper or similar bag, the moderate friction of particle against particle electrifies both; one negatively, the other positively.
"The Chemistry, Properties and Tests of Precious Stones"
John Mastin
There are two descriptions of clever women, observe; the one is endowed with corporeal cleverness-the other with mental; and I don't know which of the two is the greater nuisance to society; the one torments you with her management-the other with her smart sayings; the one is for ever rattling her bunch of keys in your ears-the other electrifies you with the shock of her wit; and both talk so much and so loud, and are such egotists, that I rather think a clever woman is even a greater term of reproach than a good creature.
"Marriage"
Susan Edmonstone Ferrier

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