1 And she used all her aroused cheerfulness and satisfaction to stimulate Clifford, so that he wrote his best at this time, and was almost happy in his strange blind way.
2 Eustacia was not long in guessing that poor Mrs. Yeobright, in her anxiety for her niece's future, had mentioned this lover to stimulate the zeal of the other.
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3 They stimulate him to greater watchfulness, and enhance his power to capture his slave.
4 Trying to stimulate his emotions he looked around.
5 To stimulate wildly weak and untrained minds is to play with mighty fires; to flout their striving idly is to welcome a harvest of brutish crime and shameless lethargy in our very laps.
6 There was too much reason to think that he and Eustacia both were for ever beyond the reach of stimulating perfumes.
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7 Some people without possessing genius have a remarkable power of stimulating it.
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8 There is nothing more stimulating than a case where everything goes against you.
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9 The invalid sank back upon his cushions, tired out by this long recital, while his nurse poured him out a glass of some stimulating medicine.
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10 Something in her tone reminded me of the other girl's "I think he killed a man," and had the effect of stimulating my curiosity.
11 The bright, cold August day, which had made Anna feel so hopeless, seemed to him keenly stimulating, and refreshed his face and neck that still tingled from the cold water.
12 The complexity of Petersburg, as a rule, had a stimulating effect on him, rousing him out of his Moscow stagnation.
13 But there was something stimulating about him, something warm and vital and electric.
14 The railroads for which Sherman had fought an entire summer and killed thousands of men were again stimulating the life of the city they had brought into being.
15 The Cutters seemed to find their relations to each other interesting and stimulating, and certainly the rest of us found them so.