energizing (part of speech: verb)
exciting (part of speech: verb)
empowering (part of speech: verb)
invigorating (part of speech: verb)
strengthening (part of speech: verb)
motivating (part of speech: verb)
instigating, urging, fomenting, moving, goading, prompting, knocking, lobbing, punching, magnetizing, throwing, hastening, provoking, thrusting, triggering, hurtling, slinging, enticing, propelling, encouraging, jerking, jogging, striking, shooting, poking, jostling, motivating, nudging, pitching, flinging, bumping, ramming, hurling, jolting, heaving, catapulting, prodding, impelling, pushing, shoving, inducing, launching, inspiring, fermenting
- The more deeply it is loved by man, the nearer he draws to its heart: and the greater his love, the more fully does he experience its transforming and energizing power. - "The Life of the Spirit and the Life of To-day", Evelyn Underhill.
- Many important houses use competition as part of their regular equipment for handling and energizing men. - "Increasing-Human-Efficiency-in-Business-a-contribution-to-the-psychology-of-business", Scott, Walter Dill.
- When you felt full of life and energy and virility in yourself you naturally leapt and danced, so why should you not sympathetically do this for the energizing of the crops? - "Pagan & Christian Creeds Their Origin and Meaning", Edward Carpenter.