Pronunciation of Animating
/ˈanɪmˌe͡ɪtɪŋ/, /ˈanɪmˌeɪtɪŋ/, /ˈa_n_ɪ_m_ˌeɪ_t_ɪ_ŋ/
Antonyms for animating:
dusty, un relenting, wearisome, flat, dreary, slow, death dealing, Mortiferous, mind-numbing, hackneyed, de stroying, tedious, cliched, more deadened, most destroying, tiresome, deathdealing, more slaying, dull, most deathdealing, jejune, shopworn, ponderous, most killing, drudging, uninteresting, tiring, more destroying, wearying, drab, hack, old, venomous, more carcinogenic, stuffy, stale, more deathdealing, more mortiferous, carcinogenic, death-dealing, murderous, weary, most deadened, deadly, more death dealing, cobwebby, more pestilent, boring, monochromatic, more corpselike, most death-dealing, arid, more death-dealing, stodgy, banal, humdrum, trite, commonplace, cliche, de-stroying, monotonous, threadbare, colorless, musty, tame, un-relenting, tired, more deathful, Deathful, numbing, corpselike, most carcinogenic, ho-hum, pedestrian, most death dealing, stereotyped, debilitating, obligatory, Jading, more killing, well-worn, leaden, timeworn, most slaying, heavy, dry, depressing, most mortiferous.
Usage examples for animating:
- The atmosphere of the poem, which encircles the translation, is singularly luminous and animating; the narrative of the adventure is rapid yet always lucid; the verse leaps buoyantly like a wave of the sea. - "Robert Browning", Edward Dowden.
- He was the animating spirit of all the company's enterprises. - "Fifty Years of Railway Life in England, Scotland and Ireland", Joseph Tatlow.
- He Himself formed man's body, and, animating it with a breath, enclosed in it an immortal soul, created to His own image. - "Fraternal Charity", Rev. Father Valuy.