English words and Examples of Usage

use "stimulate" in a sentence

The government has taken a series of measures to stimulate growth.

The range of policies that can stimulate inclusive growth is broad.

She recently began the hormone treatments to stimulate egg production.

And some male bats even stimulate females' genitalia with their tongues.

We stimulate the conversation and the people support the focus, he said.

They were given fertility drugs to stimulate their ovaries to produce multiple eggs.

The Fed cut rates so low to try to stimulate the economy after the 2008 financial crisis.

“With the overall export situation not good, there’s a need to stimulate domestic demand.”

Other major central banks are cutting rates and buying government bonds to stimulate growth.

Our governor is a proponent of the thesis that cutting taxes will stimulate business.

The government of Panama is planning new regional trade agreements in order to stimulate economic growth in the country.

Couples use fur massage to stimulate the lymphatic system by exciting the skin.

The government is hoping their new tax cuts will help to stimulate growth in the economy.

Unfortunately, cutting taxes to stimulate the economy mainly helps those in the middle and upper classes.

The government in Uzbekistan is hoping that new policies to encourage investment in the country will help stimulate their economy.

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