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  • Back and forth movement is typically less stimulating than side-to-side movement.
  • Still another theory is that the general environment today is much more complex and stimulating.
  • These so-called rooms also stimulate the social life on the streets.
  • The growth of the wine industry stimulated those of the food industry and trade.
  • In the end, she found the research more stimulating than the creation of the novel.
  • It was the construction of the railway that stimulated a strong population growth.
  • Such funds have in turn had a stimulating effect on local business activity.
  • The second reason is that the receiving country stimulates women to give birth to more children.
  • His travels also seemed to stimulate a growing interest in political and social issues.
  • This effect can be explained by a generally more stimulating environment for all people.
  • This experience stimulates interest on both sides to enter into joint action.
  • The possession of such a library did much to stimulate new learning.
  • The law is designed to raise quality of life and stimulate local economy.
  • In this case, knowing more than one language is similar to stimulating mental activity.
  • Larger species often break up when stimulated, and the fragments often grow into full individuals.
  • The events also stimulate public, and specifically student, interest in career and technical training.
  • She was positive about half the songs, but called the other half "less stimulating".
  • He also stimulated other writers to think about what they should write about from that onwards.
  • He claimed this not only stimulates the brain but is the best way to learn.
  • At the meeting he made a stimulating speech, and on the way home asked for advice.
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Words starting with stimulate

Meaning of stimulate

  • verb Act as a stimulant
    The book stimulated her imagination, This play stimulates
  • verb Stir the feelings, emotions, or peace of
    These stories shook the community, the civil war shook the country
  • verb Cause to be alert and energetic
    Coffee and tea stimulate me, This herbal infusion doesn't stimulate
  • verb Stir feelings in
    stimulate my appetite, excite the audience, stir emotions