English words and Examples of Usage

use "inspire" in a sentence

It won't even inspire you, so don't waste your effort going small.

Our dreams inspire my direction, but our footsteps take js there.

Ideally, it will grow and perhaps inspire similar initiatives elsewhere.

You get the idea: I like to push limits and inspire others to do the same.

But that's their point: To inspire a new generation of unjaded innovators.

"And these folks are here today to honor you and to hopefully inspire you.

"The pictures of him with all his money might inspire folks too, you know?

We periodically witness racial injustices that inspire anger in the streets.

Le Meur saw it as a tool to inspire not just bloggers, but all entrepreneurs.

The documentary "Codegirl" aims to inspire a new generation of app developers.

She said the key to sticking around is her continual desire to inspire others.

I believe the skeptics are missing the point: Obama came to Europe to inspire.

She hopes the Japanese star's success will also inspire the men's game in China.

It has got to be as agile as the startup businesses it seeks to inspire."

He has $175 million to invest in politics and policy to help inspire them.

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