soul-stirring in British English
(ˈsəʊlˌstɜːrɪŋ) adjective. arousing excitement and enthusiasm; uplifting.
Accordingly, how do you use soul-stirring in a sentence?
exciting strong but not unpleasant emotions. (1) He seasoned after such a soul-stirring incident. (2) Often there was a soul-stirring glimpse of wild geese arrowing northward across an ice-blue sky on their spring migratory flight. (3) The entire performance was soul-stirring.
Thereof, what does it mean when someone is stirred up?
Definition of stir up
1 : to cause (someone) to feel a strong emotion and a desire to do something The speech stirred up the crowd. 2 : to cause (something) to move up into and through the air or water The workers stirred up a lot of dust.
What is a stirring feeling?
rousing, exciting, or thrilling: a stirring speech. moving, active, bustling, or lively: a stirring business. noun Usually stirrings . a mental impulse, sensation, or feeling: stirrings of hope.
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What is another word for soul-stirring?
provoke, rev (up), spark, stimulate.
1a : to cause an especially slight movement or change of position of tied so tightly he could scarcely stir a finger. b : to disturb the quiet of : agitate —often used with up the bear stirred up the bees.
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verb (used with object), stirred, stir·ring.
: inspiring sympathetic feeling : cheering.