divine, elysian, inspired(adj)
being of such surpassing excellence as to suggest inspiration by the gods
"her pies were simply divine"; "the divine Shakespeare"; "an elysian meal"; "an inspired performance"
Moved to a higher level of thought, creativity, or motivation.
Having excellence through inspiration.
The actor's inspired performance of Hamlet's soliloquy left the audience dumbfounded.
Filled with inspiration or motivated.
breathed in; inhaled
moved or animated by, or as by, a supernatural influence; affected by divine inspiration; as, the inspired prophets; the inspired writers
communicated or given as by supernatural or divine inspiration; having divine authority; hence, sacred, holy; -- opposed to uninspired, profane, or secular; as, the inspired writings, that is, the Scriptures
Inspired is a collection of Lea Salonga's personal favorites, including "To Hear You Say You Love Me", "Do You Hear It", "Who Are You", and her official wedding song, "Two Words".
Verb form of the word inspire.
The team are inspired by each other and always ensure that all people have what is required to lead a healthy, balanced, fair, just and prosperous life.Submitted by MaryC on June 16, 2020
The numerical value of inspired in Chaldean Numerology is: 2
The numerical value of inspired in Pythagorean Numerology is: 4
Examples of inspired in a Sentence
It inspired the Japanese to go look for somebody else and, basically, that action created the Brazilian soybean industry.
I am inspired by the strength and the resilience of the survivors and their loved ones. And I am deeply moved by the way that this community – and our national community – has stood together in support of one another, in defiance of terror and in defense of our most cherished ideals.
What inspired me the most was when students asked, When are Hamilton teachers going to do this? When are Seattle school teachers going to stand up and say Black Lives Matter and celebrate us?
This project, if it happens, is most definitely inspired by the success (in) Sri Lanka.
As a result, the great ideas which once inspired Europe seem to have lost their attraction, only to be replaced by the bureaucratic technicalities of its institutions.
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