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Inspired by her example, other zoologists have begun working with apes in the wild.
Stewart did his best to inspire his team to greater efforts.
We use interactive displays to inspire children to read and write for pleasure.
a car that inspires envy among other drivers
His athleticism inspires awe in everyone who sees him in action.
Her resignation will do little to inspire confidence in a company that is already struggling.
This is the American English definition of inspire. View British English definition of inspire.
the condition of continually consuming large amounts of information, especially when this has a negative effect on a person's well-being and ability to concentrateBuzzWord Article
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