Inspired in a sentence

Definition of Inspired

Having excellence through inspiration. | Filled with inspiration or motivated. | simple past tense and past participle of inspire.

How to use Inspired in a Sentence?

  • In spite of her age and virtues, this lady inspired them with neither love nor fear.
  • And one of them, when he first caught sight of it, inspired him with a stronger feeling than envy.
  • The success of our war inspired him with the hope of freeing his own country from Spanish control.
  • Whenever I thought of it I wondered how I ever could have been inspired to do so unholy a thing.
  • This explains the bitterness of their attitude to him both during and after the conflict and the singular fear which his name inspired among them.
  • It is impossible to conceive of language that can more clearly convey the idea of a universal flood than that found in the inspired account.
  • The very footsteps of the stranger, which were heard now and then as he traversed his chamber, inspired awe.
  • He thus at once inspired the people with awe for them, and the nobles with zeal to become initiated in his secrets.
  • The very possibility that he might purchase a hold on her inspired a frantic feeling, like that of the ermine at pollution.
  • How can they know that these men were inspired in a wonderful manner, without ascribing to themselves a still more wonderful inspiration?
  • Rapid was the progress of the love affair between a young man and a young woman, both inspired with a consuming passion for each other.
  • I refer them always to the revelation, the inspired record, and bid them search that record for themselves.
  • She was really not inspired just then, she protested, and besides, she had not touched a tripod for ages.
  • Evidently inspired by the urgency of the situation, the Company determined to surpass all performances.
  • It was just a practical matter-of-fact device; but what magnificent utilitarianism, what an inspired after-thought!
  • For it is of more consequence to know that A was inspired than for one's self to be inspired.
  • He has deeper, wilder, and more original feeling in music, and he is more inspired with a love of travel.
  • At the debate in Leipzig Eck contended that the Latin Vulgate was inspired by the Holy Ghost.
  • The talk of building great bridges, of spanning mighty chasms, and of tunnelling mountains inspired the boy.
  • They usually spoke in inspired monologues, without announcing themselves beforehand, and often without giving any clue to their personality.
  • Our proceedings, which are supposed to be inspired by a profound knowledge of psychology, are very ridiculous ones, and very often useless.
  • She had inspired the soul of an artist with a great concept of womanhood, and had, in effect, demanded an immediate personal tribute from him.
  • I am inspired there to buy what is right, because by that hour I have a proper relish and understanding of what all the world should eat.
  • The first thing that made its appearance was an enormous ham of a color and plumpness that would have inspired the pencil of Teniers.

Short Example Sentence for Inspired

  • He was well inspired not to move.
  • Sulpice inspired the brothers with this poison.
  • All this inspired me with hatred for this paltry despot.
  • Then they must be inspired by the good heart.
  • The devil inspired them to begin baiting me.
  • The sight inspired fear, so horrible was it.
  • My offer is inspired by nothing but what I feel.
  • Besides his physical attraction he inspired a feeling of reliance.
  • He inspired confidence in you because of his personality and reserve power.
  • Keith's look of interest inspired him to go on.
  • I know there was happy life in the life that inspired that painting.
  • It certainly is no proof that a man is inspired simply because he is right.
  • Can we believe that the inspired writer had any idea of the size of the sun?
  • What's more, it seemed to have inspired him all the more.
  • He was a truculent, untamable rough, evidently inspired with gin.
  • What had I done but what was inspired by a love of justice and my country?

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