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1. JINGOISTIC

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5. Usu. stir up rouse, awaken, waken, wake up, shake up; revive, resuscitate, rekindle, enliven, vitalize, invigorate.
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Usu. stir up incite, instigate, prompt, actuate, motivate; arouse, foment, provoke, stimulate, start, encourage; goad, spur, prick, whip, lash, urge, nag; drive, egg on, forward, impel, propel, poke.
7. affect, excite, quicken, whet, infect, infuse, thrill; animate, galvanize, electrify, start, energize; inspire, inspirit, touch, move; enflame, enthuse, pique, exhilarate; jolt, boost, jostle, vivify; kindle, startle, fan; disquiet, discompose; work up, impassion, impress.
-n. 8. movement, hustle, activity, action, motion, militancy; bustle, perturbation, flurry, agitation, disturbance; tremble, tremor, flutter, flicker; quiver, quaver, shake, shudder, quake; pulsation, palpitation, throb, twitch.
9. excitement, commotion, disorder, ado, confusion, to-do; fuss, pother, fidget, bother; hurly-burly, hubbub, bubble,
Inf. flap, hullabaloo, stew, fluster; outburst, uproar, upheaval, convulsion, tumult, turbulence, turmoil, storm; ferment, furor, ebullition, fever, fervor, rush, flush, frenzy.
10. rustle, susurration, susurrus, breath; murmur, sigh, whisper, hush, rush; hum, buzz, whizz, sibilation.
11. impulse, sensation, feeling, impression; thrill, awakening, excitation, stimulation, upsurge, passion; flutter, twitter, palpitation, titillation, tingle, throb. stirring,
adj. 1. rousing, moving, stimulating, provocative; gripping, telling, dramatic, melodramatic, forceful, eloquent; exciting, thrilling, heady, breathtaking, SI. mind-blowing, intoxicating, exhilarating; electric, galvanic, energizing, charged; impassioned, glowing, fiery, burning, passionate; impressive, imposing, awe-inspiring, inspiring; majestic, sublime, grand, august, overwhelming, overpowering.
2. moving, active, busy, eventful; bustling, lively, excited, spirited, ebullient, effervescent; animated, sprightly, brisk, alacritous, spry;
Inf. peppy, Inf. snappy, perky, energetic, vivacious; astir, afoot, alive, full of pep, full of go; full of vim, vigor, and vitality, stitch, n. 1. tuck, Surg. suture; loop, piece of thread or floss or yarn.
2. embroidery
or crewel stitch, cross-stitch, French knot; knitting or crochet stitch, purl, stockinet; pattern, design, decoration, ornamentation, adornment.
3. thread, strip, shred, tatter, scrap, snatch, remnant; piece, article, any clothing
or clothes; bit, speck, atom, iota, whit, jot, tittle, particle; trace, hint, speck, Inf. smidgen, Inf. smitch; any, no, zero; anything, nothing, SI. zilch.
4. pang, twinge, pain, sharp pain, stabbing pain, shooting pain; twitch, spasm,
Pathol, tic douloureux, Pathol, neuralgia; crick, kink, pinch.
-v. 5. sew, suture, loop up, baste, seam, sew together, machine stitch; take a tuck in, tuck, smock, gather, pleat; make, run up,
Inf. whip up; turn up, hem, take in, alter, fit, tailor; sew up, mend, repair, fix; embroider, cross-stitch, do crewel or crewelwork, knit, purl, crochet, tat, do needlework or needlepoint; decorate, put a design on, ornament, adorn.
6. secure, close up, close; fasten, hook, attach, clasp; link, join, couple, connect; staple, rivet, clip, pin, tack, stock,
n. 1. supply, store, stockpile, inventory; quantity, fund, lot, bunch, heap, pile, mass, stack, load, Chiefly U.S. Dial, grist; assortment, range, selection, variety; collection, accumulation, amassment, aggregate, Obs. commodity; reserve, reservoir, backlog, nest egg, hoard; treasure, mine, quarry, well;

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